AFFCAD runs Bwaise Youth Employment Centre (BYEC) as a model entrepreneur initiative for disadvantaged youth from Kampala’s slums. We enrol 600-800 youth annually aged 16-25 years for 7 vocational skills training using the Learn, Earn and Save model.
Bwaise Youth Employment Centre provides disadvantaged Ugandan youth aged 16-25 years living in Kampala's poorest slum areas with employment opportunities, vocational training and saving skills. They also acquire professional development, develope a supportive network and find suitable role models.
Bwaise Youth Employment Centre provides disadvantaged Ugandan youth aged 16-25 years living in Kampala's poorest slum areas with appropriate tools for employment and give them skills for professional development, developing a supportive network, finding suitable role models
The AFFCAD runs Bwaise Youth Employment Centre that provides 600-800 female and male young Ugandans aged 16 – 25 years living in Bwaise slums and other poorest areas of Kampala capital city with Leadership, Vocational and Entrepreneurship skills to help youth start up their businesses.