Proud: 8 survivors have found a great job

It occurs when survivors are strong enough to go home, that they are not accepted by their community. Employment opportunities play an important role in creating a healthy relationship between a survivor and the community. It also provides financial independency. Education and vocational trainings are the first steps.

Our partner organisation in Bangladesh provides external vocational trainings for this group. For example, 10 girls started a vocational training for making clothes, they finished with an A+ in six months. 8 survivors already succeeded in finding a job with a good and hygienically working conditions, a fair salary, sleeping opportunities and free lunch. We are very proud of these girls!