The Sustainable Livelihood Program or SLP is a community-based capacity-building program aimed at improving the socio-economic status of its participants. It operates on a two-track system, in which participants are given the option to take either the (a) Micro-enterprise Development track or the (b) Employment Facilitation track after participating in social preparation and capacity-building workshops to be conducted by the project development officers from different regions.  Moreover, program participants are provided with the corresponding assistance based on their chosen tracks. Further trainings are conducted during the implementation process of the program, as well as monitoring and evaluation.  Clientele: Unemployed and under-employed poor families

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