The refugee mentor fellow through weekly mentorship and facilitating of entrepreneurship modules guide the youth to Identify needs with their community. It is these needs that the youth then turn into business ideas, construct business plans and then start businesses. Business startup capital is often got from fundraising, donations from relatives and parents other youth carry out part-time employment accumulative some money then start their businesses.
Refugees for Prosperity also equips youth with market-driven technical skills to accelerate business growth. Professional skills trainers are enlisted to train the youth in a practical skill that the youth can turn into a business. Skills previously conducted include liquid and bar soap making, baking, chalk making, bookmaking, Vaseline and candle.
A select number of youth are chosen for apprenticeship training. Apprenticeship training is long term training in which a youth is paired with an apprenticeship provider. Apprenticeship training includes auto motor mechanic training, bicycle, and motorcycle mechanic, videography and photography, tailoring, hairdressing, Plumbing.