07Aug
By: Ferdinand Musungu 0

AJIRA DIGITAL TRANSCRIBERS TRAINING SPOT-CHECK VISIT

The Ministry of ICT in partnership with KEPSA and eMobilis is currently implementing phase 2 of the Ajira Digital Project with support from Mastercard Foundation. The project is divided into five...

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07Aug
By: Ferdinand Musungu 0

ENERGY MINISTRY COMMITS TO WORK WITH KEPSA TO ENSURE STABILITY OF KPLC

KEPSA Energy and Extractives Sector Board leaders held an engagement with the Ministry of Energy on 5th August 2020. The main agenda of the meeting was to engage in the issues facing KPLC.  ...

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07Aug
By: Ferdinand Musungu 0

GENDER AND YOUTH SECTOR BOARD DELIBERATES ON THE PROGRESS OF COVID-19 INTERVENTIONS

The KEPSA Gender and Youth Sector Board led by its chairperson and vice-chairperson Ms. Eva Muraya and Ms. Waithera Gaitho respectively held a virtual sector board meeting on 5th August 2020. The...

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07Aug
By: Ferdinand Musungu 0

PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP AND COLLABORATION FOR ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY

The KEPSA Environment, Water and Natural Resources' Sector Board led by the Vice-Chair, Ms. Karen Basiye engaged with the Principal Secretary in the Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Dr. Chri...

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07Aug
By: Ferdinand Musungu 0

STAYING FOCUSED IN CHALLENGING TIMES

The KEPSA Security Sector Board led by its Chair Mr. Silvanus Sewe held a virtual monthly meeting on 5th August 2020. The focus of the meeting was on how the Security Sector is fairing on during ...

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07Aug
By: Ferdinand Musungu 0

ICT SECTOR BOARD DELIBERATES ON EMERGING TRENDS IN THE WAKE OF COVID-19

The KEPSA ICT Sector Board held a virtual meeting on 6th August 2020. The bi-monthly meeting was presided by the sector board Vice-Chair Mr. Ben Roberts. The agenda of the meeting focused on upda...

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17Jul
By: Ferdinand Musungu 0

KEPSA ENGAGES KPLC TO ADDRESS ENERGY SECTOR CHALLENGES

KEPSA Energy and Extractives Sector Board leaders held a meeting with Kenya Power Lighting Company (KPLC) management on 15th July 2020. The meeting discussed challenges in the energy sector and c...

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17Jul
By: Ferdinand Musungu 0

TRIED AND TRUE DIGITAL SOFT SKILLS NEEDED FOR YOUTH RESILIENCE TODAY

They say change is inevitable, and sometimes change is what we need. As we now know, the world has undergone so many changes, especially in terms of digitalization. Almost everything has gone dig...

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17Jul
By: Ferdinand Musungu 0

WHAT ARE THE PATHWAYS TO YOUTH RESILIENCE NOW THAT COVID-19 IS WITH US?

The Kenyan government, KEPSA, and other partners continue to initiate projects aimed at discovering and highlighting new opportunities for Kenyan youth beyond traditional channels and equipping t...

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