The aim of the MADE-M project is to contribute to national public policies to improve decent employment and access to employment through high-quality vocational training. Acting for Life is working with its partner APAPE/PH to develop new training modules in traditional building.
15 young electricians trained for a month in photovoltaic electricity, and 15 young people trained in agriculture for 6 months, received their certificates. New prospects are opening up for them.
One year after the launch of the TERSAA programme in West Africa and Latin America, Acting for Life joined its partners in Dassa to draw up an initial mid-term review of the actions carried out in Benin, Burkina Faso and Togo.
As part of the TERSAA programme, Acting for Life and its partners took part in a visit to the Songhaï agro-ecological centre in Savalou.
Acting for Life travelled to Abomey, Benin, to meet one of its key partners, UDOPER of Zou and Collines regions.
Alors que le projet READY arrive à son terme, découvrez quelques portraits de jeunes que le projet a permis d’accompagner.
The success of the partnership between a town hall and a livestock market management committee lies essentially in the constitution of the committee and the distribution of revenues.