Team to give idle Kwale youth jobs
SEE ALSO :What to do in a toxic workplaceDuring the launch, a total 135 beneficiaries received a full business starter kit consisting an ice box and a variety of Coca Cola products. According to Joyce Wafula, the Chief of Party, USAid Kenya Youth Employment and Skills Programme, the initiative is expected to help local youth set up businesses and discourage them from joining violent extremist groups. “We want more youth to venture in enterprises and ensure they earn a living and turn away from crime,” she said, adding that they chose Kwale County because of its low literacy levels and youth vulnerability to crime.
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