AABRAR has implemented a number of vocational training courses for disabled and other vulnerable men, women and girls to assist them in gaining skills to earn a livelihood. A range of center and community based training programs are arranged in all working provinces i.e. Tailoring and embroidery, Computer and English courses, Auto Mechanic, Mobile repairing, Television repairing, Carpet viewing, Carpentry, Bicycle repairing, Generator repairing beauty parlor and so on. In order to create job opportunities for women, AABRAR had established a tailoring center in which 15 women have gained full time employment. It had also run 3-month courses to train marginalized women in football, rugby ball, tennis ball, and volley ball making. All its trainees are introduced to Afghan Ittefaq, a sports company in Kabul, for full time jobs after completion of their courses in 2006.
AABRAR has recently introduced a job search and business training component to all its vocational training courses. A labour market officer has been hired to train beneficiaries in these areas and establish employment networks with the market to ensure that these courses will lead to employment.
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