Working hand in hand with the local church, the youth vocational training project helps young men in south Asia who are uneducated and unemployed learn a trade in either tailoring or mechanics. They also receive Bible teaching and an education in reading, writing and mathematics. Many come from a nominal Christian background and each year several come to faith and are baptised. Some graduates have gone on to take the gospel back to their villages, becoming house-church leaders, while supporting themselves with their new-found business skills.
A gift of £20 will pay for a student from an outlying village to stay in the city and attend the programme for a month.