The HITT program provided informal sector workers – especially women, young people and the unskilled and semi-skilled – with market-oriented, vocational training. Enhanced skill levels enable such workers to gain better job positions, higher wages and greater employment security. At the same time they develop the know-how and contacts to capitalize on opportunities and help grow the sector in which they work, in a sustainable and pro-poor way.
Calendar design Client Name: UNFPA, Nepal October, 2009 In light of the fact that in this time and age, with the emergence of digital media. This product design was crucial when users are increasingly moving away from physical printed calendars. It had to be useful and had to promote programmes of […]
Interactive Training Software Client: UNICEF- Regional Office South Asia (ROSA),Kathmandu, Nepal May, 2005 Skills Involved: Graphics and Illustrations, Information Architecture, User Interface Design The United Nations Secretary-General’s Study on Violence against Children estimated that every year between 41 and 88 million children in South Asia witness violence at home – the highest […]