Build It has a strong track record of promoting the participation of women in our courses. Yet our recent Impact Studies show that our female graduates take longer to find work. They are also less likely to be employed and tend to earn less than their male counterparts.
Our new Women into Work Programme will ensure a significant gender shift in our Training into Work Programme. It will focus on economically empowering disadvantaged young Zambian women.
It is in line with Zambia’s Seventh National Development Plan for education. It also strongly supports several Global Goals (Sustainable Development Goals):
Our main areas of focus will be to:
This means as an organisation we will:
To find out more about our Women into Work programme and how you can get involved, please contact Christine Cartland, Head of Strategic Partnerships via email@example.com