What We Do
What we do
Droha aims at making contributions to the Sustainable developments Gaols. Our strategic program choices focus on goals number
The Vocational Skills
What exactly do fashion designers do?
Fashion designers create original clothing, accessories, and footwear. They sketch designs, select fabrics and patterns, and give instructions on how to make the products they design. The trainees are guided by the instructor. It creates a life long creativity and innovation for sustainable livelihood; over time it has helped school dropouts, women and young mothers to earn a living to support their children and families.
What is welding and metal fabrication?
Welding and metal fabrication are the processes used to shape, cut, bend, and join metal to make different products. Various tools and different methods are used throughout the process to achieve the desired result. Most of these skills are tailored to suit the market demands for quick, immediate but long term income; many of those trained can start up their own business, employed in factories.
What entails beauty and cosmetology
Here beneficiaries are trained in hairstyling, skin care, cosmetics, manicures/pedicures, non-permanent hair removal such as waxing and sugaring. It includes cutting and chemically treating hair, chemical hair removal, fashion trends, wigs, nails and skin care, skin and hair analysis; relaxation techniques including head, neck, scalp, hand and feet basic massage and aroma therapies; plus ability to expertly apply makeup applications to cover up dark spots or promote and can expand into further specialties such as reflexology; theatrical applications. Droha has vocationally and continuously trained many women, teenage mothers in this particular field.
Shoemaking is the process of making footwear. Shoes are made one at a time by hand, often by groups of shoemakers, or cobblers. This after training.
What is pre-urban farming?
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations defines peri-urban agriculture as "agriculture practices within and around cities which compete for resources (land, water, energy, labour) that could also serve other purposes to satisfy the requirements of the urban population For instance, the focus of peri-urban agriculture is primarily concentrated on the relief of hunger and poverty, hence, which translates into food security.