REACH is a local non-government, non-profit organization specializing in vocational training and job placement, working particularly with the youth with a difficult socio-economic background; victims of discrimination such as ethnic minorities, members of the LGBT community and people living with disabilities; and those who suffer from domestic violence or work in hazardous environment
Our beneficiaries are disadvantaged youth between the ages of 16-30, who do not have access to formal vocational education programs because of barriers such as poverty, lack of education, difficult family circumstances and affected by the pandemic. Our students include trafficked survivors, victims of domestic violence, as well as those living with or affected by HIV and persons living with disabilities. We also cater groups of street and migrant youth, school dropouts, unemployed secondary school graduates, disadvantaged youth from ethnic minorities, members of the LGBT community and most recently workers who lost jobs because of the pandemic.
Every year, we train 1000 youth and place 80% of them at jobs.