The project contributed towards better employability and job access for youths of the vulnerable neighbourhoods of Bel Air and Cité Soleil, Port-au-Prince. It provided youths with professional training including the development of entrepreneurship and citizenship values, basic education and job placement.
- Over 2,300 youths trained in professional skills or participated in extracurricular activities: 442 youths (34% female) trained in construction, cultural values, environment; 30 youths trained in business development; 360 youths participated in pre-employment, coaching and mentorship training; 1,300 youths coached in football; 300 youths participated in extracurricular activities ( dance, music capoeira).
- 12 teachers trained in child-labour eradication and prevention systems; 4 manuals developed on masonry, carpentry, painting and cultural production and 2 manuals on sanitation and the environment.
- 90 community leaders (44% female) and 30 police officers trained in detecting child-labour victims, in child-labour monitoring systems, and in methodologies to prevent and eradicate child labour.