Vocational Program

Two vocational students leveling flat stones for a walking path.
Landscaping, mechanics, farming, fisheries, animal husbandry, tailoring, hairdressing, bakery, and many more skills are given as options to our Vocational Program students.

Past wars have left thousands throughout Uganda and South Sudan displaced in the cycle of poverty with limited skills to be able to have work options available to them. Many of the younger generation, young women especially, become susceptible to exploitation, slavery, sex-trafficking, sold for organ transplants and body parts, and even worse.

Favor seeks to equip and empower youth in their late teens and early twenties with the opportunity to choose and study a vocation of their choice. Some of the offerings are mechanics, farming, fisheries, animal husbandry, landscaping, tailoring, hairdressing, bakery, and many more being introduced and yet to come.

Being part of a larger government program, we're able to award our vocational graduates - who rank among the top graduates in the nation - government- recognized certificates that give them an edge in starting businesses of their own. At this point, these teens and young adults are fully equipped with the skills and knowledge needed to establish and operate profitable businesses of their own as they become missionaries in the marketplace.

Your donations of goods and funds are making these visions possible for many young people seeking to honor God with all of their hearts, souls, minds, and strengths.

Work willingly at whatever you do, as though you were working for the Lord rather than for people.

- The Apostle Paul, Colossians 3:23
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Tutor looking at landscape model house and yard with students.
Landscaping tutor planning a landscaping project with Vocational Program students.
Students placing flat bricks as path to building.
Vocational Program students laying stones for a walking path in landscaping project.
Student in blue work suit and gloves shaking hands with nicely dressed woman at landscape project site.
Landscaping, mechanics, farming, and fisheries are just a few options our Vocational Program students are given.
Students with bakers hats on sitting in front of chalk boards with recipes.
Bakery, animal husbandry, tailoring, and hairdressing are just a few options our Vocational Program students are given.
Three women with bakers hats working with batter.
We ensure our students get the experience they need in the skills they choose.
Girl sewing with sewing machine.
This Vocational Program student is enjoying her chosen path of sewing.
young women working at sewing machines.
Vocational Program students hard at work learning and practicing sewing.
Student placing bags of dirt and plant inside of trench in ground.
Student using old cement bags to transplant sugar cane.
Student nailing wooden poles together.
Landscaping student raising their new plant nursery bed.
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