Do you want to stand out from your peers?
Our ‘Resilient futures’ programme will open your eyes to the vast components needed to set yourself apart and make you more appealing to employers. We want you to start off your career strong, thus showing you how to build your career no matter the circumstances. A resilient future must be built to determine our Childrens success.
Improve educational attainment
Success in work and life often starts with success in school. However, too many students struggle to learn and graduate due to circumstances around them like lack of resources or poverty. The Neema resilient futures programme has enabled young men and women to recognize their own potential, find hope and motivation, and start planning for the future. We’ve seen how this new drive and sense of purpose translates into results at school. For some, it means not dropping out, thanks to a renewed sense of self-worth or clearer career goals. For them and others, this will result to getting better grades and being more engaged in the classroom.
Barriers to Opportunity
Too many young people face barriers to opportunity and success based on factors beyond their control. Challenges are especially acute for youth living in poverty, youth with disabilities, ethnic discrimination or being in a part of a dysfunctional family. Due to the mentioned factors, too many become detached from school, work, and eventually the economy. This disconnection carries heavy costs for individual lives, families and career communities, countries, and economies. The Neema mission equips young people with skills to overcome barriers and achieve success
Globally one in 5 people are not in employment
4.5 million children in poverty in the UK alone
Too many young people face barriers to have opportunity and success based on factors beyond their control. Challenges are especially acute for youth living in poverty and currently in the UK 4.5 million children live in poverty. Also, youth with disabilities and from ethnic minorities are both Prone to discrimination and how about been part of a dysfunctional family. There are way too many solvable barriers that pushes young people to be detached from school, work, and eventually the economy.
The Neema mission graduates are better prepared to succeed in school, with their career and with life itself. Through life skills, young people build their self-confidence, gain a sense of hope and belonging, armed with practical and in-demand work readiness skills such as critical thinking and responsibility.
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