First project (known as Kuya Collaborative) trains seventeen families in sewing skills at the Kuya Centre.A request to include hairdressing in the training was made.
Hair cutting training begins. Forty families trained.
80 families trained with hair cutting
Twice yearly hair cutting training continues. Partnerships with communities are formalised, providing sustainability for projects in the future
In 2015 Hair Aid is expanding their program to Australia. Working with the long term unemployed and the homeless, Hair Aid Inc. plans to conduct four Australian training programs providing the opportunity to use this experience as a stepping stone into a TAFE course or an apprenticeship.
Twice yearly hair cutting training continues. Locations are increased from two to four for each project. The first Australian project is run. Introduction of the Hair Aid Community Cuts (HACC’s)
Introduction of Bali projects