‘I Learn to Earn’ Project is intended for female survivors of all forms of sexual violence. Rape, sexual harassment, gender based violence and sexual exploitation still remain a terrible part of life for most women in Liberia beginning with rural and sub urban Communities. Since this a major threat that hinders the Millennium Development Goal 3 and United Nations Resolution 1325, the ‘I Learn to Earn’ has been launched to address the concerns of empowerment and employment.
- Training marginalized females into various skills training that are income generating
- Opening 10 tailor shops in 5 communities for the employment of IL2E beneficiaries within one year
- Opening a Junior Community College for vulnerable girls only
At the moment the IL2E Project is providing for the first time free tailoring training for 24 girls and women who were either sexually abused or subjected by traditional beliefs and or practices. This project has harnessed support from major contributors and partners because its focus is primarily making marginalized women economically independent.
IL2E hope to expand its network and disciples in order to incorporate more females. The_Proposed_I_Learn_to_Earn_Junior_College