Livelihood support and strengthening for people living with mental health conditions provide a pathway to increased independence, self-esteem, and social inclusion, fostering a holistic approach to their well-being.
Recognizing the employment challenges faced by individuals with mental health conditions, particularly being among the least likely to find work, we are committed to empowering young people with psychosocial disabilities. Our initiatives focus on enabling them to acquire or regain the capacity to work, generate income, and actively contribute to their families.
This is accomplished through a multifaceted approach, including; training in income-generating activities (IGAs),
offering support for business startups, and establishing savings and loan schemes. By addressing these barriers, we strive to create a supportive environment that facilitates the integration of individuals with psychosocial disabilities into the workforce, fostering their economic independence and social inclusion.