Kazi Employment Program

African, Caribbean and Black people who are living with HIV or LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning) face real barriers to meaningful employment and training. As a community largely made up of newcomers to Canada, gaining Canadian work experience or accessing training that leads to employment continue to be a real challenge. In view of these barriers Black CAP’s Kazi employment program (Kazi means work in Swahili) provides participants with the knowledge, tools, and support to join the Canadian work force or to pursue opportunities for education and training.

The Employment program objectives include:

The Kazi program provides the following:

This program is funded by the MAC AIDS Fund

Helen Ford Gordon
Employment Counsellor
Phone: 416-977-9955, ext. 270
Email: h.fordgordon@black-cap.com