The aim of these projects is to alleviate poverty and to create jobs in their communities - to formulate ideas that will help both the youth and women physically, spiritually and economically to enable them to break the cycle of poverty.
Volunteers will have the opportunity to work on the existing projects in the communities and to be involved in fund raising activities. Some of these projects might require a volunteer to teach the groups basic and conversational English, basic proposal writing and marketing and advertising strategies.
At the end of the training program COACHABILITY FOUNDATION gives small grants to the trainees so they are able to start their own business. Other activities include candle making, tie dye, batik making, dress making, farming, soap making, computer literacy and much more. The project allows volunteers to be immersed quickly into the culture of the people.
Economic Program-Volunteers will work to develop programs focused on youth and women in the communities. Tasks might include grant writing, fund raising activities to support the capital base of the project, conducting regular marketing initiatives throughout your stay to expose and attract the products from the youth and women projects to both local and international market, lead women/youth workshops on issues related to health, relationships, art and business.