GOLD DONOR Mike Eghan Snr Emmanuel Gbireh Kwesi Prah Ato Essuman Kofi Amoah Betty Mould Kweku Appiah Azzane Akainyah George Debrah Afua Hesse Nat Nuno-Amarteifio Araba Ata Sam Shannon Nelson Adoley Oduntun Paul Kekeh Stephen Adei Nana Prempeh Ladi Nylander Adolphus Lokko Ben Eghan Tekyiwaa Manu John Quaison Mr. Glover Mrs. Glover Mr. Osam Mrs. Osam Cecil Sunkwa-Mills Gladys Odoi Divine KD Letsa Sam Afoakwa Margaret Afoakwa Nana Yaw Acheampon Emmanuel Gbireh
Reducing Youth Poverty through Capacity Building and Requisite Support Youth Creating Jobs For Youth is th bet way to reduce youth unemployment. If they are mentored and resourced into starting their own business, they will employ other unemployed youth and reduce the annual rate of 250,000 unemployed youth.
YOU can make a difference by donating as much as you can to support us in building the capacity of at least 5,000 unemployed youth, placing them into jobs or helping them start their own businesses. Youth unemployment creates poverty and depression, which lead to, homelessness, single parenthood, drug and alcohol abuse, fraud, violence, riots and their implications.
At Totally Youth, we give needy unemployed youth access to:
ICT, Catering, Fashion and Beauty Centres
Practical hands-on work and business experience
Transitional Incubation and Internship
Laptops, Internet, tools and supplies
Office and Knowledge Spaces
WE SUPPORT BUSINESS GROWTH TO FACILITATE EMPLOYMENT
Totally Youth provides various types of management support to companies and groups. We believe that if we support companies to grow there will be more employment for the youth who are not entrepreneurs. We therefore deliver our "Why Are You Here" series of seminars and workshops to companies to support them at all stages of:
We are convinced that the employer needs the employee as much as the employee needs the employer. Consequently we support both sides to ensure harmony and mutual growth. Today's employee can be tomorrow's employer. By using our services, you will be supporting unemployed, brilliant but needy youth, into jobs or business. ...Eva Lokko, CEO
Kayayei are girls and young women forced to migrate to Accra and other big cities due to poverty, mental and physical abuse. They come mostly from under-served, low-income, poor communities in the north of Ghana. They live in abject poverty mainly because they have no employable skills and there are no casual jobs in the communities where they live. Unfortunately, they end up as vulnerable head porters in markets and live from hand to mouth. They are beaten, robbed and raped. Some of them end up as prostitutes, single parents or go through unsafe abortions. Poor health, hunger, unwanted pregnancies and child/infant mortality are high among the Kayayei
We will train and place them as Domestic Assistants. Those with entrepreneurial skills will be incubated to start their own business as Caterers, Fashion Designers or Beauticians, in our Business Centres. They need our help to become productive and responsible citizens. Save one Kayayoo today ..........Donate as little as GHc20 or US$10 today. ..................................Thank You.
Reducing Youth Unemployment through Capacity Building, Career and Business Development
HOMOWO HOMECOMING ............GALA - 2015 .. ..WEMBLOR CALLING!!! Come to Ghana's Latest Festival Gala in August - September 2015. Tourism, Dinner-Dance, Youth Business Forum. Come one, come all: GaDangmebii - home and abroad; Ghanaians - home and abroad; Tourists - from around the globe. Tourists/Visitors. ENJOY AND SUPPORT YOUTH ..........ENTREPRENEURS
DO YOU NEED A TRAINED DOMESTIC .........................ASSISTANT? Call us on 0244-322-416 for trained Domestic Assistants (aged 18 to 25), for your home, restaurant, hotel, office, etc, for housekeeping, cooking, cleaning, washing, etc