Employment for Grassroots Women
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"neoi5 zoeng3" aims to empower the underprivileged women through engaging them in economic activities of development, production and sale of fusion sauce. Training in sauce production, packaging and marketing skills will also be provided. The trained grassroots women will be able to produce a wide range of fusion sauce for sale at community stores,
Fantastic Life aims at employing under privilege women (including women with low education level, new immigrants etc.) and unemployed persons. Except providing job opportunities, we provide on job training as well, in order to enhance and improve our employees in skills and attitude for getting into normal labour market.
Green Ladies is the first social eco enterprise operated by consignment model in Hong Kong. Established in 2008, Green Ladies has been promoting eco-friendly habits and middle-aged ladies employment. Through collection of high quality fashion and accessories, we promote secondhand clothing for sustainable use of resources.
[FruitsMaMa] is a social enterprise that collects high-quality global fruits for you, making you to enjoy a delicious and healthy life. We understand that the huge amount of care work causes the caregivers to become exhausted physically and mentally. Unpaid care work has a great impact on their personal lives, works, and social participation, and
Chingmama Handmade Workshop」is founded by experienced social workers with professional knowledge in aromatheraphy, In integrating social work practices with professional methods in aromatheraphy, we set out to educate the public to lead a healthy, balanced and, more importantly, sustainable living.We employ women from underprivileged families to make natural
We target on providing on-job training and job opportunities to low-educated, low-technique, unemployed or even retired women and youths to work in our Fantistic Ladies Café, as a platform for them to enjoy mutual help spirit and help to solve their economic stress.