Growth Institute’s Project Phahamisa™ is gaining traction. Many of the youth find themselves in a position where their qualifications are not needed by employers or where their incomplete qualifications prevent them from entering the workplace.
Project Phahamisa™ is a workeracy-focused project that helps the youth to turn the skills they have learned into valuable personal assets. Not many of the youth know how to commercialise their skills and how to let people other than big corporate employers benefit from their skills.
A key idea in Project Phahamisa™ is that there are no jobs but there is lots of work that can be created. Workeracy is the basis on which entrepreneurship is founded. Project Phahamisa™ assists the youth to turn the skills they acquired into work. The main aim of the project is to help the youth find sustainable and innovative ideas that could create meaningful work.
Growth Institute wants to target one thousand of the youth in Gauteng and bring them on board our Innopreneurship Hub so that they can take the first step towards economic freedom.