Resources help a family survive in Chad

Resources help a family survive in Chad

“As a widow without it has been difficult to secure food and take care of six children. I sell goods at a small market near my place where I stay. My business generates a little bit of money, which helps but doesn’t cover all of our needs. Unfortunately some days I do not sell anything, so I struggle with saying I have a regular source of income,” Bebe Idriss said.

A job for Saif

A job for Saif

Saif took classes in Virtual Jobs, Project Management, and Sale offered by IRUSA. He began to understand that his good grades weren’t enough, and he recognized the weaknesses in his previous applications.
“Many aspects of my CV and cover letter needed development,” he said. With the help of the trainers, Saif was able to fix them and practice new skills, hands-on. He applied for another position as teaching assistant at Al-Azhar University — and he got the job.