Trainees at a business skills session at GDPU
ETC@GDPU Trainees at a business skills session

We all deserve to live with dignity and respect

Enhancing the Capacity of Persons with Disability at Gulu Disabled Persons Union or (ETC@GDPU) is an ETC of PWD project that supports disabled youth in Gulu, Northern Uganda.

These are determined young people who already have a business, but they need extra training and advice to make their work sustainable.

There are buttons below for suggested single donations or you may wish to a multiple donation.

 

With your help we can support Gulu Disabled Persons Union train these young people to become successful and respected

 

How to Donate:

There are buttons below for suggested single donations of £10, £20 or £30.00. Or you may wish to add a multiple donation of one amount.

You don’t need a PayPal account, there are Credit/ Debit card icons below the PayPal one.

Many, many thanks.

Remember to keep in touch by reading the newsletter, so that you can see their growing success.

Most of our trainees have had no education, they need much more than vocational skills training.

• £30 will pay for a literacy or business course for one person. • £90 will support one student through a 6-month vocational training course. • £120 will provide start-up funding for a new business of up to 10 trainees

£30.00

Most of our trainees have had no education, they need much more than vocational skills training.

• £20 will pay for two months technical training for Gulu Disabled Persons Knitting Workshop. • £120 will provide start-up funding for a new business of up to 10 trainees

£20.00

Most of our trainees have had no education, they need much more than vocational skills training.

• £10 will pay for a sign language interpreter to support the literacy classes for a month. • £20 will pay for two months technical training for Gulu Disabled Persons Knitting Workshop. • £30 will pay for a literacy or business course for one person. • £90 will support one student through a 6-month vocational training course. • £120 will provide start-up funding for a new business of up to 10 trainees

£10.00