“Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.” This sector aims to increase the dependence of displaced families who have no breadwinner on their own capabilities for securing their needs, through developing human and economic resources available within their community, and utilising them to serve the beneficiaries and their immediate surroundings. Consequently, the beneficiaries' dependence on continued aid from donor agencies and associations decreases, in addition to improving their quality of life and raising their morale, by integrating them into the productive life cycle again, involving them in serving their society, and developing their skills to contribute to rebuilding their country. Projects of Development Sector:
(Pertubuhan Peduli Insan Malaysia) bakery to relieve displaced Syrians It is an integrated bakery that serves more than three thousand Syrian families on a daily basis in the Syrian refugee camps in Lebanon and some surrounding villages. This project represents a lifeline for thousands of Syrian refugees, and an alleviation of their daily suffering in obtaining food, as the bakery produces about 42,000 loaves per day, and provides bread inside the shelters. It also provides job opportunities for Syrians, as all workers in the bakery are displaced, in addition to providing job opportunities for the residents of the camps by involving Syrian women in the process of producing bread mannish(dough topped with thyme, cheese, or ground meat)
Small, medium or micro businesses constitute more than 95% of the businesses in the world. It provides tremendous opportunities to increase economic growth, income, and employment. Refugees can also benefit, as they are former business owners in their country of origin or hoping to become business owners in countries of asylum or places to which they were displaced within their own country. We at (Pertubuhan Peduli Insan Malaysia) are committed to helping refugee entrepreneurs and business owners to develop new livelihoods or re-launch enterprises in countries of displacement. In order to match their skills with the opportunities available in the market, we conduct professional training for them in a number of fields. Through entrepreneurship training, our teams work to equip refugees with essential skills such as developing business plans, money management, pricing and marketing. When establishing businesses, many refugees are provided with start-up grants. These grants are intended for those who are not eligible for loans, or when access to financial services is limited. The grant can be given in the form of productive assets for their businesses or in the form of cash that refugees can use to purchase start-up equipment and materials. Grants are only offered to refugees who have developed viable business plans that have been approved by the consultants.
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To the poor inside and outside the country and to refugees suffering from war or disaster.