We seek to offer professional training courses to allow for a sustainable integration of vulnerable populations into the economy.


Social and professional integration is a challenge for certain vulnerable parts of the population (over 50, under 25, migrants, people with disabilities, etc.).


90 people in vulnerable situations have found long-term jobs in the hospitality or catering sector through the training scheme of L’Union hôtel/restaurant in Epalinges.


Since 2000, Uganda’s economic growth has been rising (7.3% per year on average). However, progress in reducing inequality is not as fast, mainly due to the fact that its population growth is one of the highest in the world (3.3% per year). According to Ugandan census data, more than half of the population is made up of young people under the age of 29 and an estimated 86% of this age group is unemployed, underemployed or only on the point of starting work.


1,020 vulnerable young people (13-24 years old) from the slums of Kampala have acquired the necessary skills to access employment or start their own micro-enterprise, giving them the opportunity to escape from extreme poverty.