We know that our beneficiaries experience positive changes when they have been able to overcome barriers and their quality of life has been improved.
We are able to confirm that our engagement and intervention has been successful when our beneficiaries tell us that they:
Have developed the necessary skills and attitudes through employment, education or training, that they have developed practical skills into self-employment,
Have overcome barriers to employment, education or training
Have launched viable businesses with ongoing support to sustain
Have the knowledge and information to equally access to main stream services
Have become financially independent and is managing their money well
Has a sense of purpose, engages in meaningful and fulfilling activity and has aspirations for the future.
Have increased wellbeing.
Has the confidence, emotional balance and is resilient in the face of difficulties.
Feels socially connected.
Wider impact on communities
In addition to impacting positively on our beneficiaries, we are also able to use the concept of social change to develop stronger communities to overcome isolation through three keys principles; Personal development, Skills development and Personal growth.
These three areas have been used to develop our programmes which combines Outreach (Awareness & Empowerment), Engagement (identification of needs) and Education (Knowledge and Skills) to identify potential, address education, training and employment barriers, encourage inclusion that connects individuals to their communities and integrate them into society so that they are able to contribute equally to society and the local economy and lead full and productive lives.