The pink centre is located in a migrant area where people come hoping to find work in the industrial zone. There are huge problems with alcohol and drug abuse and human trafficking.
The centre provides computer training to improve the chances of work with a decent salary. After school education helps children through their exams. A sanitary pad machine is being piloted to produce sanitary pads to assist women with menstrual hygiene. An indoor adventure playground provides a safe place for children to play.
Creative Education – For those not yet, or for whatever reason not attending school. With our programme children are taught how to think creatively, receive skills in decision making and learn basic education.
Small group is a place where community is built. People get to discuss deep issues, eat together and support one another. Building on a family feeling, and creating a foundation for helping one another.
Empowers women to improve their own lives and the lives of their community. Here they learn about hygiene, receive anti-violence training, learn how to start a small business, start savings and loans to improve the family income.
We teach women how to sow clothing. They also enrol and complete a discipleship course. After their training, they are free to join the women’s groups and many go on to start their own home-based business.
The feeding programme gives nutritious food to children and a meal for the adults when they come together as a large group or as a family. Everyone deserves a good meal.
Afterschool tuition is a program that we offer. Afterschool tuition helps children with their homework, to stop them from falling behind in their school education.
Computer Training – computer training for young adults gives a competitive edge to their skill set when applying for jobs when they leave school, which sets them up for the future.
Skills Training – The pink house focus is to teach different and usable employable skills to men and women alike, in order to improve chances of employment within the area.