Livelihood

KAGPWD empowers persons with disabilities, their families, and communities in the Kasese district
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Livelihood

We offer inclusive entrepreneurial training and money management skills. We train young people in life skills, tailoring, knitting, carpentry, and welding. We produce animal feeds, run a chicken coop and a fish pond for learning demo. We offer inclusive entrepreneurial training and money management skills We train young people in life skills, tailoring, knitting, Carpentry and welding. We produce animal feeds, run a chickencoop and a fish pond for learning demo.
No matter what disability you have, We can empower you with a skill.
Mbuthu Dominic
Chairperson B.O.D

Livelihood is an important aspect of our lives. It refers to the means by which individuals earn a living to sustain themselves and their families. Livelihoods can vary widely, from traditional occupations such as farming or fishing to modern careers in industries like technology or healthcare.

One’s livelihood is often influenced by factors such as education, skills, and opportunities available in their community or region. Some individuals choose to pursue entrepreneurial ventures, while others prefer stable employment in established organizations. The type of livelihood one chooses can have a significant impact on their quality of life, financial stability, and overall well-being.

In addition to economic considerations, livelihoods can also have social and cultural implications. Certain livelihoods are deeply rooted in traditions and customs, reflecting the heritage and identity of a particular community. Livelihoods can shape social structures, relationships, and provide a sense of purpose and fulfillment.