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Skill Development Training to Youth

Youth is considered to be the backbone of a country. Their well being and health is of profound important for the social, political, economic development and stability of a country. For this purpose, employability programmes aimed at addressing youth and adolescent need to be addressed in a holistic, multidisciplinary way to reflect the varied nature of their lives.
IRM in collaboration with the Research & Development Foundation (RDF) is implementing a project funded by Welt Hunger Life to provide technical and market driven training to 430 youth of Sindh to improve their skills. Under the project, efforts will be made to provide skills training to assist them to set up their own business and save them from unemployment. The programme is designed to provide an opportunity to the youth of Sindh, so that they can enhance their capabilities. This project aims at imparting vocational and training skills to rural community in 8 different trades including heavy and light vehicle driving, mobile repairing, motor cycle mechanic, solar panel installation and repairing, masons, cooking and tailoring to enable them in planning their future livelihood choices. Duration of training will be varied from 30 to 90 days training, both residential and non-residential.


Project Methodology:
Training material including competency based trainees workbooks and handouts will be shared for need based skills training programme. Beneficiaries will be attending 20% theoretical sessions and 80% practical work. Consumable and non consumable goods will be provided to beneficiaries to earn hands on experience.

June, 2017 to Dec, 2017
Target Beneficiaries:
430 Men and Women-District Tharparkar
Contact Detail:

IRM Head Office
IRM Complex
#7, Sunrise Avenue, Park Road Near COMSATS University,Chak Shahzad
Islamabad, Pakistan.
Tel: +92 51 8742201-7
Fax: +92 51 8742208
Email: info@irm.edu.pk
Web: www.irm.edu.pk