Skills Development Training Project

Projects

The Neu World Foundation (NWF) is a registered Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) based in Accra. It was established on February 10, 2014, and incorporated under the Companies Act, 1963 (Act 179) on October 17, 2014; also recognized and certified by the nation’s Department of Social Welfare.
It has since followed and applied compassionately and judiciously its vision of contributing to the making of a poverty-free society, as well as healing humanity from the ills of socio-economic symptoms into the freedom of self-reliance and consciousness of basic rights and human dignity.

The NWF thus has been able through its short time of existence to help provide basic education to a good number of pupils in the hinterland schools; providing them with school uniforms and learning materials of all levels. It also assisted in providing employable Vocational training like tailoring and dressmaking, mushroom and snail farming, photography and graphic designing, electrical and auto-mechanics, etc.

It has, therefore, been the NWF’s desire to assist the government of the day in its well-thought-out strategy to get the country’s unemployed teeming youth gainfully employed through formal/informal skills development and apprenticeship in Competency-Based Training (CBT) modules per the National Apprenticeship Project, for graduation into the industry-playing as well as sustaining and competitive self-employment.
This is to complement government efforts at arresting the rapid population growth-related poverty affecting livelihood and its attendant hunger; especially so, as the country’s universities continue to churn out some 275,000 graduates annually into the huge vacuum of ready jobs.

The Neu World Foundation, hereby, proposes a mutual partnership with any other benevolent and philanthropic individual and or organization to assist it to train its already registered job skills development applicants.