Ajira Digital Training Program
Train & mentor 10,000 youth in Kenya on Online Work
The Ajira Digital Training, is an initiative that aims to introduce ten thousand young people, to online work and provide the tools, training and mentorship needed to be able to bid for work and earn a decent income from it. The Programme is being implemented by the Ministry of ICT in partnership with the Ministry of Public Service, Youth and Gender Affairs, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and partners in the civil society and private sector. The program is funded by The Rockefeller Foundation with the Kenya Private Sector Alliance coming on board as the implementing partner.
Under the program, ACWICT got the privilege to train over four thousand young people in both Nairobi and Kisumu counties, during the four weeks of training we experienced massive impacts on the beneficiaries’ lives and income generating capacities.
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Don’t just go online for social media,” advices Bilha – A Graduate of Ajira Digital, “Use the internet to earn a living.”
Bilha Ondieki, the English Literature graduate says that sometimes she finds herself without work and money. She has never relented her efforts of searching for employment. When she learnt about the Ajira Digital Program from social media, she took it upon herself to...
Despite being competent and a certified Accountant Anne Nyambura, had never gotten formal employment. But that did not discourage her and when her mother offered her a job at their local café she did not turn it down. She ended up spending most...
ACWICT commends the participants for staying disciplined throughout the training and giving it the seriousness it deserves.