At CERATH Development Organization, we believe in building on the human capital of our beneficiaries whilst contributing to global sustainable development.
The Green Entrepreneurs project adopts an integrated approach of building a green economy through tackling increased unemployment among youths, women, and returning migrants in the Western region of Ghana.
Beneficiaries are trained to get employment in the green sector or start their own green business. This intervention is expected to train 500 beneficiaries to be ready for the job market or get self-employed.
A key issue during the piloting of the project includes financial constraints limiting beneficiaries’ ability to successfully complete their trainings. Among others, donations made will be given to beneficiaries as stipends to support their internship/on-the-job training activities.