Kusholi Skills Training For Youth
Kusholi, or the skillful, is our program focused on equipping individuals with the skill sets necessary for the competitive job market. Its emphasis on the IT sector enables and accelerates careers.
Problem worth solving
There are currently 6.5 million people in Bangladesh still unemployed for insufficient training and inaccessible resources. With the nation’s transition from a heavily industrialized to a service based economy, individuals now require unique skill sets without which contributing as effective and competent members of the workforce is next to impossible. However, often times the necessary training to acquire the skills is scant and provided at too high a cost leaving millions deprived of opportunities.
With half the nation’s Gross Domestic Product being generated in the service sector and rapid growth in Information Technology, there is now demand for a specialized and trained workforce. Kusholi provides specialized training for individuals deprived of such access, thus enabling and accelerating their career paths. With emphasis on the use of technology, the program offers quality courses teaching the use of computers, software and knowledge on marketing at very affordable rates.
Kusholi not only benefits the unemployed worker in need of skills but also helps make those already contributing to the economy more efficient, able and thus productive.
– Computer training courses
– Computer lab facilities
– Basic computing certification
– Graphic design courses
– Knowledge on use of hardware and software
– Marketing support
Spreeha Bangladesh inspires change by empowering people. With use of creative solutions, Spreeha enables individuals and communities to rise above social barriers. Spreeha envisions a world where people and communities are empowered to achieve their full potential.
Spreeha Bangladesh Foundation is a Bangladesh based social enterprise established in 2012, and was registered under the Trust Act II of 1882, on 7thMay, 2014. It is also registered with NGO Affairs Bureau (Reg. 2957, dated 13th August, 2015) for receiving foreign donations and grants.
House # 52/1, Road#3/A,
Flat # 4/A, Dhanmondi R/A, Dhaka-1209, Bangladesh
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