The 11 Weeks, Mentorship and Empowerment Program (MEP) classes are currently in session, empowering young women with valuable trade and skills to transition into the workforce. This week, our students are learning computer basics, a crucial skill in today’s digital age.
Thanks to the generosity of our partners, we have been able to decrease the number of girls sharing computers to three, with two groups of 40 students each. However, we aim to accommodate even more girls in the future, without the need for equipment sharing.
If you’re interested in supporting our cause to help more young women gain valuable mentorship, trade and skills for their future, please visit our website and learn more about MEP. Together, we can make a difference in the lives of these girls and empower them to achieve their dreams. https://swahiba.org/mentorship-empowerment-program/