Cerrik is still a rural, slowly developing area, where agriculture and construction are the main activities, while training and employment opportunities for young people are almost non-existent. These conditions drive many young people to emigrate to European countries, further slowing the growth of the local economy. In addition, Cerrik is currently the Albanian city with the highest level of risk of youth recruitment by Islamic terrorist groups.

Our aim is to prevent mass migration and contribute to the professionalisation of the local labour market through three lines of action:
- Vocational training courses in sectors with great growth potential, such as tourism or IT;
- Support for self-entrepreneurship, helping young people to start up small income-generating activities;
- Job orientation, helping young people to draw up CVs and look for work in the area.