Adamus Resources Limited, in collaboration with the College of Beauty, Arts and Entrepreneurship, has launched the Women Empowerment (WE) Project, aimed at equipping women in the mine’s catchment area with highly employable skills.
The project, which was launched on Saturday, 25th February 2023, under the theme “Equipping Women to be Self-Reliant, will provide women in the nine communities within the mine’s catchment area with the opportunity to learn skills that are in high demand in the job market.
This initiative is a step towards promoting women's economic empowerment. It is also a means of promoting sustainable development in the communities where the mine operates.
The WE Project will focus on providing training in fields such as beauty, arts, and entrepreneurship. The College of Beauty, Arts and Entrepreneurship, which is partnering with Adamus Resources Limited on this project, has a track record of providing high-quality training to students.
The project is expected to benefit over 100 women in the catchment area, providing them with the skills and knowledge they need to be self-reliant. The training provided under this project will not only equip the women with the skills they need to secure employment but also empower them to start their own businesses.
Speaking at the launch of the project, the CEO of Adamus Resources Limited, Ms Angela List, expressed her commitment to empowering women in the mining sector. She highlighted the importance of empowering women economically and socially, emphasizing that when women are empowered, they contribute to the development of their communities and the nation.
The Women Empowerment (WE) Project is a laudable initiative that deserves the support of all stakeholders. It is an opportunity to empower women, promote sustainable development, and contribute to the economic growth of the nation.