In cooperation with the "Feminist Peace Organisation cfd", the Ursula Zindel-Hilti Foundation supports the project "WinWin" in Rabat, Morocco.
Many young adults from disadvantaged neighbourhoods in Morocco drop out of school prematurely. They have hardly any chances in the labour market later on. Because of the lack of prospects, many of them become involved in crime or join fundamentalist religious groups or, in the case of young women, marry as early as possible. The project WinWin - New Start promotes the professional reintegration of young adults without a high school diploma into the labour market and strengthens their personal skills, perspectives and motivation. The project’s aim is for them to be able to earn their own income. The training enables the participants to start their own small business or find a suitable job. They are closely and holistically accompanied in this process. In various courses, the participants first expand their personal and social skills, such as professional demeanour, communication and professional behaviour. In addition, they acquire practical experience through internships in companies. Some of the young adults continue their education in project management and develop a business plan in order to put their own business idea into practice.
The project is aimed at young adults, women and men, who often leave school in their teens, without qualifications or training, without employment or a regular income, and who are living in disadvantaged neighbourhoods (NEET = not in education, employment or training). In addition to economic disadvantages, this target group often lacks personal and interpersonal skills and social competences.
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