07 Dec Integration of Roma Women and Other Marginalized Female Groups in „New Normal“ on the Labor Market – New Employment Perspectives (I)
December 2020 – November 2021 (extended to 2022)
Better earnings perspective through vocational training for Roma women (returnees and non-returnees) and vulnerable women from the local community – from rural areas of Serbia.
Respecting measures for prevention and suppression of the pandemic, THREE ONLINE TRAININGS are to be conducted:
- Creating websites with the basics of programming
Training: 12 days consist of 2 modules, completely online, via the ZOOM platform. The first module introduces participants to the “WordPress” platform as the most editable basis that requires only a basic knowledge of working on computers and the Internet. The second module learns the basics of HTML and CSS programming, which improves the possibilities of creating own website.
- Basics of cosmetic treatments and manufacturing of face and body care products
Training: 5 days online, through the ZOOM platform and 1 day of direct training (a day of offline-direct training is planned in the summer months, depending on the current epidemiological situation). The training begins with a theoretical introduction of the cosmetology and anatomy base, and continues with training on the manufacturing of skin care products, skin cleansing, facial massage and depilation with sugar paste.
- Catering, preparation of cakes and cake-decoration
Training: 5 days online, through the ZOOM platform and 1 day of offline-direct training (a day of direct training is planned in the summer months, depending on the current epidemiological situation). Participants gain knowledge about food selection, maintenance of work surfaces, techniques of food processing and packaging of finished products.
After each training, participants have a two-months mentoring period, to deepen their knowledge and issues not covered by online and direct training.
Online trainings include 200 women from all over Serbia.
The project is implemented within the global program Migration for Development (PME) funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and implemented by GIZ.