Rebuild and Revitalize (Vocation)
By providing vocational training and establishing businesses/services, we help to create long-term, self-sustainable communal sources of income for refugees in need.
Our first vocational project serves to establish a sanitation department that is responsible for keeping the streets clean. The first month will cost $750 to fund, with future months contingent on the results of the first month trial period.
Part One: Home Rebuilding
- Homes will be rebuilt with more durable and sustainable material
- Projected cost per house ~$4,200 (JOD 3,000)
Part Two: Vocation and Sustainability
- Help establish long-term self-sustainable means of income to help integrate refugees into their host communities
- Projects range from building communal sources of income through establishments that serve as service/product businesses and sites for vocational training to individualized projects for specific families.
- Community vocational projects include establishments like salons, kitchens and sewing/tailoring shops to build income and facilate the training of refugees to enter trades like cosmetology, food service, and clothing production/alteration
- Individual projects are on a case by case basis and will be presented below upon approval
Hybrid Car Maintenance Training
Recently HRRG paid 3,000JD for courses for 6 high school graduates from Jerash refugee camp in Jordan. These graduates will get training in hybrid cars maintenance, which will provide these students with the skills needed to qualify for future job positions as soon as the course is completed & hence secure a stable monthly income.
The six students come from low income families & support 4-5 members each. After the training is complete, these students will train other students at no cost.
The overall benefits of this training is that we will have six trained young men saved from unemployment & all subsequent social manifestations, in addition, to providing a stable income of approximately 300-400 JOD monthly to each individual.