In partnership with the IRADA centre, 45 persons with disabilities are also receiving vocational training in different sectors. Some 12 young men benefited from mobile phone maintenance training, two men and seven women on sewing, 11 trainees on generators maintenance, in addition to five men and eight women on designing and printing promotional materials.
The programme also partnered with Atfaluna for Deaf Society, 33 young men and women are being trained on improving their embroidery and cooking skills. Around 33 youth with a hearing disability will also be benefiting from three-month jobs opportunities. They will be working with the skills they acquired to encourage their integration into the local market.
The programme also includes the development of a Geographical Information System (GIS) for the three municipalities in the Gaza Strip by engaging 45 young graduates in the coding and numbering of around 10,000 buildings, in addition to 15 new incubated start-ups that will be established in Gaza, creating 50 jobs, in addition to the training of another 90 youth to enhance their entrepreneurship skills.