For this great country to prosper, all our youth must be equipped with life skills in different sectors of the economy for them to earn their daily bread and better their lives. In this regard, my administration aspires to revamp our TIVET institutions as we make some of them as centres of excellence specializing in specific fields.
To achieve this we must bring on board our development partners who will join hands with us to provide the necessary state-of-the-art training equipment to enable our young trainees get the best they can in these Centres of Excellence.
Met Ms Eunice Kibathi, Program Manager Safaricom Foundation and Dr John Mugo, implementing partner for Safaricom in establishing centers of excellence in TIVET institutions with whom we discussed areas of collaboration with the two.
It is worth noting that Bomet County has immensely improved both in terms of infrastructure and enrollment from an initial 1000 to the current 4000 students across 33 institutions in our county.
We were, later, taken on a benchmarking tour of Waithaka VTC which was refurbished and equipped by the Safaricom Foundation.
In presence was Dr Kipkirui Langat, Director General, TIVET Kenya.
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