The Economic Empowerment program seeks to give beneficiaries the means to take control of their own economic destiny through resourcing and capacity building. Also, seeks to promote sustained economic growth, productive employment and decent work for all in Kwahu enclave.
Over the years about 120 community members have been trained in grass cutter rearing and rabbitry. Also, 87 drivers have been supported to undergo qualification test and provided with driver’s license to enable them apply their trade in the commercial driving sector. Some youth have also been selected and supported with sewing machines and other materials to undergo apprenticeship training programme to enable them acquire a vocation to support their livelihood.