IT IS CRITICAL FOR US TO BE ABLE TO DEMONSTRATE THAT OUR PROGRAMMES ARE REACHING THE FAMILIES AND MOVING THEM CLOSER TO BEING ECONOMICALLY ACTIVE.
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ENGAGING DISADVANTAGED FAMILIES
The poorest families of our students are selected for the Family Sponsorship Programme. Priority is given to single mothers and couples for this family business development programme that aims at reducing poverty and narrowing the gender gap in terms of leadership.
We will be telling you the journey of the following 10 women and their families, which have children enrolled in our schools and are taking part of this NSEF's pilot programme in Quinhamel region.
Therefore women are family representatives in this programme and this is the key reason for NSEF providing community child-care centres to facilitate female participation. We will be promoting women in rural areas into leadership training, agribusiness, and access to finance, tools and improved seeds and fertiliser.
NSEF's family action support journey:
NSEF uses Active Hub pilot projects aiming to reach the maximum number of family members in the educational programmes and so moving them towards employability. There are various targets and outcomes for the Active Hub projects. However, for the NSEF's family profile information, family members' name, gender, age, disabilities, household composition, qualifications held, current economic status, work status (if working, information about the job held; if not working, date last worked and information about this job.), dependent children (numbers and ages) and other barriers to accessing work, education or training are required.