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Trainees at a business skills session at GDPU
ETC@GDPU Trainees at a business skills session

We all deserve to live with dignity and respect

Enhancing the Capacity of Persons with Disability (ETC of PWD) is a UK registered charity that supports vocational training to help young people with disability in Gulu, Northern Uganda.

We have one major project in operation at the moment: Enhancing the Capacity @ Gulu Disabled Persons Union.

We work through an existing organisation: Gulu Disabled Persons Union. to support determined young people with disability who already have a business, but they need extra training and advice to make their work and their lives sustainable.

 

With your help we can support these young people to become successful and respected

 

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Tam Anyim motorbike repair group with GDPU Project officer Emma Okello, after a training session on small machinery.

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A training session in micro finance and Village Savings and Loan Associations

Most of our trainees have had no education, they need much more than vocational skills training.

• £30 will pay for a literacy or business course for one person. • £90 will support one student through a 6-month vocational training course. • £120 will provide start-up funding for a new business of up to 10 trainees

£30.00

Tam Anyim motorbike repair group with GDPU Project officer Emma Okello, after a training session on small machinery.

Most of our trainees have had no education, they need much more than vocational skills training.

• £20 will pay for two months technical training for Gulu Disabled Persons Knitting Workshop. • £120 will provide start-up funding for a new business of up to 10 trainees

£20.00

Members of Nyeko Rac Hairdressing group at a literacy training session

Most of our trainees have had no education, they need much more than vocational skills training.

• £10 will pay for a sign language interpreter to support the literacy classes for a month. • £20 will pay for two months technical training for Gulu Disabled Persons Knitting Workshop. • £30 will pay for a literacy or business course for one person. • £90 will support one student through a 6-month vocational training course. • £120 will provide start-up funding for a new business of up to 10 trainees

£10.00

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