Youths Restaurant Training

Helps young adults (15 to 24) from Myanmar to become chefs and waiters by providing them training on cooking, waiting, life skills and basic English.

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LinkAge Training Restaurant

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Social causes

Beneficiaries

SDGs covered

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Impact Hub Yangon

Market of Implementation

  • Myanmar

Problem

The project seeks to address youth unemployment, job security and quality jobs for youth with low or non education. It also seeks to overcome discrimination at work places.

Solution

LinkAge organises vocational trainings for thé youth who have very limited access to education. It focuses on training youth in cooking and waiting. Young trainees receive 12 to 18 months of trainings and are then linked to the job placements. Then the alumni are followed up for three continuous months and then they can manage their lives. The trainings assure the youth with very low level of education to get employed and support him or herself as well as to their families.

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