APPEL is constantly extending its grip over the homelessness scourge in Mauritius. Following a successful first employability programme with ENL Foundation through project APRANN, whereby some of the beneficiaries have been onboarded as staff members and are made to interact with team members as colleagues, the need to reinforce APPEL’s human capital become primordial. In order to harness the full potential of this diverse workforce made up of former homeless people and trained social workers, APPEL provided them all with a full-fledged workfare programme which contributed positively to performance and facilitated organizational effectiveness. In response to the challenges faced by the organisation, the impact of the programme was tri-fold in nature focusing on the individual, the organisation and the management. The impact of the programme wass promising and will have a ripple effect at all levels, especially regarding the conducive environment required for the proper rehabilitation of the beneficiaries.
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