Reledev collaborates with overseas partners from developing countries, in projects that seek to improve access to an honest and stable livelihood through education and vocational training. These projects aim to equip persons with the basic skills for long-term employment or the establishment of their own viable business. Thousands of beneficiaries have now become micro entrepreneurs or are working full time.
- Technical and business skills
- Practical applications
- Professional work ethics
- Job internships
- Job placements
Projects in the Philippines
- Dr Sharman Stone, Australian Ambassador for Women and Girls October 29, 2019
- Charie Ferolin, Philippine Food Festival Sydney’s Shangri-La Hotel August 29, 2019
- Mentorship and training, Nova Pacaña, BCPD Alumni Philippines August 18, 2019
- Christine Lomarda, BCPD Alumni Philippines August 14, 2019
- Positive and cheerful, Heart Pacaña, BCPD Alumni Philippines August 12, 2019
- Developing personal values, Jay-Ann Amores, BCPD Philippines Alumni August 12, 2019
Projects in Nicaragua
- Diana Elieth Gutiérrez, Centro Social Vega Baja Nicaragua August 14, 2019
- Nicaragua: Vocational training in hospitality and tourism for rural women August 14, 2019
- Vocational training in hospitality and tourism for rural women, Nicaragua November 9, 2014
Reledev’s main activity is to partner with training organisations in developing countries to provide training opportunities for people who would otherwise not have access to these opportunities. By working with training organisations in the developing countries, for relatively small cost we can provide individuals with vocational training in a skill for which will allow them to earn an income and thereby allow them to lift themselves and their families out of poverty.
Projects in Colombia, El Salvador, Peru, Paraguay and Lebanon have been concluded in recent years and have benefitted thousands of people.