The Youth Opportunities Uncovered Project
The Youth Opportunities Uncovered (Y.O.U.) project seeks to reduce child labour and financially empower unemployed rural youth.
Farming as a Business for Rural Farm Families
This project seeks to sensitize farm families to view agriculture as a sustainable business and shift them from subsistence farming to farming for profit.
Micro loans for Financial Inclusion of Disadvantaged Groups
This project provides poor households with access to the working capital they need in order to begin moving out of poverty.
Training on Value Addition
This project provides our clients with various technical skills to support them in the production of consumer products (e.g., soap and detergents, bread making, and briquette making, etc.).
Partnerships are the backbone of SII’s work and are drawn from the public sector (i.e., government institutions, Technical and Vocational Education Training institutes), the private sector and the civil society.
We value our relationships with partners and stakeholders in the delivery of our work because they enhance the availability and quality of services and resources to the people we serve. We know that our capability to deliver programs and services is improved when we work closely with others from the public, private and civil society sectors.