Unemployment rates in Kenya is so high that most people now days no longer value education as it was valued initially. Many youths after school resort to major cities in the hunt for greener pastures. However, when things do not fall in place, they resort into dubious activities as a way of making ends meet to sustain them in the cities.
Sparta Prague verses Monaco The match will kick at 8.00 pm in Kenya time zone. The match is likely to be tough on both sides. Monaco qualified in today match after ending last season while among top Three. Sparta Prague managed to qualify after ending last season while top two.
Makueni has launched a youth life skills training programme dubbed UJUZI TEKETEKE to equip young people with industrial skills. The programme, launched by deputy governor Adelina Mwau Thursday, is supported by the National Industrial Training Authority (NITA) and Kenya National Federation of Juakali Association. Mwau said the 8-week pilot programme will enhance the employability and business acumen of the trainee craftsmen in their fields of trade.
It is normal for school certificates to get lost. Just like any other document they are delicate and could easily be misplaced. For people who loose them the process to acquire new has been made more complex. Close to impossible to acquire duplicates. Hence raising the question on what one should do in case they are lost.
Kindly pass this information to our youths and let them take advantage of this. The KYEOP project is a 15 billion Kenya shillings project by government of Kenya financed by world bank over next 4years targeting youth 18-29 years of form 4 level and bellow. More than 70,000 youths are set to be trained in technical skills through NITA and another more than 280,000 youths to be trained on entrepreneurship skills through the ministry of youth. The youth will be paid as stipend of 6000 per month and training is
The Kenya Youth Employment And Opportunities Project is a 15 billion project by government of kenya financed by world bank over the next 4 years targeting youth 18-29 years of form 4 level and below. More than 70,000 youths are set to be trained in technical skills through NITA and another 280,000 youths to be trained on entrepreneurship skills through the ministry of Youth. The youth will be paid a stipend of Sh 6,000 per month and training is free. Application are invited by ministry of public service and