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Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua has said that the Kenya Kwanza government will invest in science, innovation and technology to create jobs for youths.
Science and technology are continuously evolving, influenced by structural shifts in the world economy, the steady globalization of innovative activity, the rise in new actors and new ways of innovating. Managing existing technology and non-technological innovation also counts. National and international policies, including intellectual property systems, need to adapt to this evolving environment and address the special needs of different countries, especially the least developed countries.
Speaking on Monday, the DP said the President William Ruto-led administration understands the potential of technology in dealing with youth unemployment, thus the decision to invest in the sector and digitally interconnect the country.
The deputy President said, they must blend academic work with hands on professional experience. And that can only happen when innovation is allowed in enterprises such as STL to collaborate with learning.
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