Skilling a girl child program

TAGA is making it easy for girls to find jobs because they create their own jobs through skilling a girl child program where girls acquire vocational skills. It’s hard for girls some times to find jobs the right way, with an aspect of sexual exchange for the jobs, so many times they become frustrated so we need to skill them

Many girls struggle because they might not possess the right skills for the available jobs or fail to find jobs to suit their skills. It has become harder for one to rely on only their academic credentials to seek employment or success in the current job market. Having hands on skills in the new password to achieving economic autonomy

If we are to achieve economic development as a country then inclusivity is necessary. Over the years the population of Africa has been increasing with projections consistently indicating a slightly higher population of women than men. This is a huge resource base that needs to be tapped and equipped with the right skills. There is no limit to what a girl child’s participation can contribute to the economy. Empowering women fuels thriving economy, increasing productivity and growth.

Through TAGA we always make sure that irrespective of your level of your education, you need hands on for survival and eradicating poverty in Africa and the world at large.