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Menya Umwuga - Project Hygiene

Current areas of intervention:


  • Bujumbura Mairie


Number of women already trained: 220


Project costs, per beneficiary:


  • US$ 30 for a two months training.


Hotels and companies that employ our graduates: Best Outlook Hotel, Buja-Café, Le Café Gourmand, City Hill Hotel, Hôtel la Palmeraie, Le Clos des Limbas, Emeraude Hôtel, GTS, Hekenya Restaurant, InfoCom Services, Martha Hotel, Hotel New Agena, Pearl Residence, Roca Golf Hotel, Safari Gate Hotel, Star Hotel, Yombe Palace Hotel.


You can get involved by:


  • Sponsoring the projetct.

  • Sponsoring the trainees.

  • Offering internships and jobs to our graduates.


An Isuku graduate

An Isuku graduate

An Isuku graduate

An Isuku graduate

During training

During training

MENYA UMWUGA which means "LEARN A JOB" is an initiative that aims to promote the employability of disadvantaged youth and women through vocational training in new skills (modern cleaning techniques, childcare, professional cooking, sewing, weaving, etc.).

Vocational training for disadvantaged youth and women for their employability

  • Creation of vocational training spaces for disadvantaged youth and women to promote positive change in the workplace and prepare them for employment.

  • Providing training in different professions of choice to young people and women.

  • Promote entrepreneurship and natural disaster resilience.

  • Reconciling the theory learned with the reality in the workplace by connecting young people and women trained with companies and organizations.

  • Covering placement costs for disadvantaged youth and women in businesses and organizations that offer employment opportunities for their economic empowerment.

Testimony of Esperance, a graduate


"Before being trained by Sacodé in modern techniques of cleaning and maintenance of premises, I was too desperate because my husband had just died. He left me alone with two children. I was too skinny. A friend took me to Sacodé and I had a chance to be trained. After the training, I was connected to a job that now allows me to pay the rent of my house, and buy food and clothes for my children. I have peace in my heart."


Project Impact


12 women and 18 Central African refugee girls, as well as 10 women from the Care team received their training certificates from the SaCoDé team, in the presence of the Governor of Moundou, Chad.

September 27, 2022


Young people and women who recieved the trainings

September 27, 2022

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