SCOPE’s wide range of work also includes facilitation of business trainings. SCOPE has facilitated a number of business trainings targeting various groups.
The program works to provide these groups with the skills and support required to successfully start-up income-generating activities. We work with a range of other local NGO’s and State/ Parastatal organisations to provide marketing information and business resources to several groups.
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Scope Business Incubator
SCOPE business incubator at Tezo Market opened its doors mid July 2014. This project was started as an implementing agent of the exited child labour program in which total of 26 girls were trained on tailoring skills while 13 others were trained on salon and beauty skills. The business incubator shall help 11 young and vulnerable girls to be self-reliant through provision of an enabling business environment for a period of two year. Once they are equipped with enhanced vocational and new acquired entrepreneurial skills they will be able to move on independently.
Provision of model business incubator to enable acquisition of new business and marketing skills.
Generate income to make incubator self-sufficient.
Acquisition of tools for the girls after incubation period (2 years) to start new businesses.
SCOPE works with various government institutions, local agencies and non-governmental organizations to drive forth its agenda of social change in the communities. Our partners in our projects include Ministry of Health, Ministry of Agriculture, Local Governments, World Food Programme, USAID, International labour organization, US Peace Corps, Population Council, APHIA II, FHI, PSI/K, VSO Jitolee just but to mention a few.