As part of project activities of the roll out for Community-Based Livelihood Initiative Project (CLIP) 2, CIWED Ghana organized a two-day training work shop for 26 young boys and girls to equip them with theoretical knowledge in addition to the practical skills training. The aim of the activity was to equip the young trainees of CIWED with the necessary customer lobbying skills and how to keep a simple cash book for recording of pretty expenses when they become masters and own their businesses. The training was conducted on the 18th and 19th of August, 2021. This will enable them carry out their duties effectively and manage their businesses well and to contribute in addressing unemployment and poverty issues in their respective communities. The project which is supported by Tools for Self Reliance UK seeks to reduce the unemployment challenges in the Northern Region of Ghana and also contribute to empower these young people to become responsible and respected citizen in their home and communities as well. The project is to directly benefit twenty (20) young girls (77%) in hair dressing and beatification and tailoring and dressmaking and six (6) young boys (23%) in electronic welding and fabrication.