Socioeconomic development programmes

Socioeconomic development programmes commonly take the following forms:

(a) Development programmes for women, youth, people with disabilities, people living in rural areas;

(b) Support of healthcare and HIV/AIDS programmes;

(c) Support for education programmes, resources and materials at primarily, secondary and tertiary education level, as well as bursaries and scholarships;

(d) Community training skills development for unemployed people and adult basic education and training; or

(e) Support of arts, cultural or sporting development programmes;

 

 

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