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KCB Foundation in youth empowerment programme

By Lee Mwiti | December 18th 2017
By Lee Mwiti | December 18th 2017
KCB Foundation Head of Programmes Rachel Gathoni presents a certificate to Valentine Tengo for successfully completing the domestic services training programme at Kibondeni College, Nairobi on 8 December 2017. [Photo: Courtesy]

KCB Foundation and the German Agency for International Co-operation (GIZ) have increased support for employment programmes for the youth.

The two organisations recently oversaw the graduation of 388 2jiajiri programme beneficiaries, who completed a three-month training in hydroponic farming.

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