Youth in Fish Farming.
Highlights 2015 • 493 youth (225 female) benefitted from technical and entrepreneurship skills training. • 200 graduates were assessed for the Workers’ PAS award. • 458 youth benefitted from post-training that comprised entrepreneurship skills, skills upgrading, product development and business coaching. • 134 Mavuno Groups with a total membership of 3,098 (69% female) were formed. The groups saved USD 77,671 and disbursed USD 127,420 as loans to its members.
• 1,079 (776 female) of the trained youth entered into self-employment after skills training, while 429 were employed by various establishments. • The employed and self-employed beneficiaries have realised an additional monthly income of USD 199 per beneficiary, up from an average baseline of USD 3.
Central, East and Southern Africa Regional Report 2015