Charles Luutu Director of Amour’s of Glory Ministries says relying on offertory will make Christians more poorer.
“You can’t rely on offertory and free gifts to compete in this harsh economy.you need have soft skills to contribute in income generation to survive poverty,” Luutu said.
He cautioned religious leaders to always invest in income generating activities like bakery, poultry, piggery, crafts making and farming to contribute to the well-being of their flock.
Luutu also advised Christians to start saving and credit associations to boast mobilisation of money to execute income generating activities.
Currently his ministry is involved in skilling youth and women in soft skills making crafts, fashion and tailoring which he says has impacted life of Christians in Mukono district.
The civil society organisation was identified by officials from government and private sector foundation for rolling out community empowerments programme and selected to benefit from skills development programme.
SDF is a five year world Bank project implemented by private sector to roll out vocational skills training to beef up job creation And economic development of the country.
Vocational skills training is new area that government and private sector is exploring as avenue for job creation and focus for employability.
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