Work enables individuals to earn an income and support themselves and their families, to grow and be successful and secure. Millions of women and men earn less than one dollar a day, trapping them and their families in day-to-day struggles for survival. Poor people and young people worldwide live with challenges of unemployment, underemployment, unreliable casual labour, low wages and unsafe working conditions.
WUSC works to ensure that individuals around the world, especially those who are most vulnerable, have opportunities to access safe and secure sources of income to support themselves and their families. By providing the necessary skills and tools to young women and men, they are better able to secure sustainable livelihoods.
Through our programs, we are:
- delivering vocational training to develop skills for employment;
- promoting private sector partnerships for sustainable development;
- engaging farmers and promoting sustainable agricultural livelihoods through communication for development.
Help us provide more training opportunities to vulnerable people around the world.