One Girl One Machine
Equipping graduates girls of CAPAIDS Home of Hope Program in Lira, North Uganda by providing each graduate with a sewing machine after the program, fostering self-sufficiency and independence.
"One Girl, One Machine" addresses the need for sustainable livelihoods among sewing vocational training graduates. The project recognizes the challenges faced by girls from communities and aims to provide a tangible resource – a sewing machine – to each participant upon completion of the training program.
One Girl, One Machine" aspires to create a sustainable model that goes beyond immediate empowerment, contributing to the long-term development and prosperity of North Uganda's marginalized communities.
One Girl, One Machine" endeavors to break the cycle of economic vulnerability by providing vocational training graduates with the tools they need to build their own path to prosperity. Through this project, we aim to create a ripple effect of positive change within Lira in North Uganda's
Increased economic independence among girls in the marginalized community.
Growth of small businesses initiated by program graduates.
Positive impact on the overall well-being of participants and their communities.
In partnership with CAPAIDS Uganda ILAVA Gives Back will mobilize a distribution of sewing machines to 50 girls in 2024
$100 for one Machine
$5,000 for 50 machines
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