PACHATA will provide economic empowerment for 50 vulnerable women in Ilala District Tanzania, by starting economic activities like horticulture, small scale tailoring industry, poultry farming and fish farming. This group of women includes disabled women, widow women, women and girls living with HIV and group of girls from poorest families.
The recent financial crisis in the country brought many Tanzanian into poverty; among these people include vulnerable disabled women and girls, isolated women and girls from poorest families. PACHATA will empower 50 of these vulnerable women by providing them with entrepreneurship and financial management education, and open them economic activities like small scale tailoring industry, modern horticulture farming and modern poultry farming. So this will help the targeted group to raise their income and improve their living standards which will result great change to their families and community in general.
We will train 50 vulnerable women and girls on entrepreneurship
and financial management skills on how to perform modern horticulture using
greenhouse farming, commercial poultry farming and tailoring activities. The
training will focus on construction, site selection, production, harvesting, and
added value chain for their product and marketing skills. By providing them
with a marketable skills these women and girls will lift themselves from
poverty and make great economic changes to their family and society in general.
By empowering 50 vulnerable women financially will
raise their family health and well-being, this will transform the whole family
and community in general since empowered women will go on teaching their children
and their family members.