Enterprise Projects Enterprise training schemes will provide participants with basic core business/social enterprise skills. So they can start their own business or social enterprise at the end of the project. All participants will also receive a certificate of their training endorsed by an educational institute and small grants to assist them in implementing their business plan. Vocational Enterprise Training Projects These projects will include skills training modules such as sewing/tailoring, hairdressing, catering, carpentry, shoe repairing, car mechanics and a variety of other skills taught with enterprise skills. Social Enterprises/Cooperatives Run as an by product of our vocational enterprise projects these aim to mobilise people into groups to form social enterprise and cooperative organisations. An example of this would be our Attire of Hope project which is a sewing project. Attendees of the training schemes are then enlisted into social enterprise and cooperatives where there is a desire to participate in such groups. Our coordinators mentor our benefactors along with other people from the local community. Part of the taught element is an HIV education and awareness programme. Many people living in poverty know how to live healthy lives we do not patronise our benefactors by teaching them health skills as we are aware they are living in poverty that does not mean they are stupid. We provide access for them to benefit from our projects through education, mentoring, empowerment and skills training.