Wherever possible, it is our priority to create paid employment opportunities for forcibly displaced people. Our Livelihood program aims to train and hire migrants and asylum seekers at our sites around the world that enable them to earn a fair wage.
Community Educators and Focal Points, who have been trained in and deliver Menstrual Health Management information and/or our Sexual and Reproductive Health Education program, were the first to be included in our Livelihood program. For every class or workshop they teach, they are compensated with a wage that allows them economic independence and stability.
We are committed to expanding our Livelihood program, and will continue to train and hire skilled and passionate members of the forcibly displaced community through our Livelihood programs around the world.