Those who are responsive to the counseling and show a serious desire to improve their lot are assisted to move off the streets by being given vocational training according to their choices and abilities.
After sending many street children to receive training at various vocational centers and workshops, the Village of Hope started its own Vocational Training Center at the Ayawaso campus in March 2005. Initially, the center only trained boys because there was limited housing available. Today, the center houses and trains both boys and girls for nine to eighteen months. In October 2012, the seventh batch of trainees graduated from the center with tools, equipment and start-up capital to go out and make a living as tailors and dressmakers; auto mechanics; kente weavers; soap makers; producers of batik, tie-dye and screen-printed fabrics, bags and footwear.