The Kenyan economy for decades now has been facing difficulties in absorbing the available human resources, with every year colleges and universities in Kenya producing thousands of qualified personnel. The fact that not all the trained graduates in Kenya get employment has triggered many to form groups which are commonly known as “chamas in Kenya” to spur their living. The government of Kenya has also been in forefront encouraging unemployed youths in Kenya and women to form groups in order to work together and uplift their living standards. The idea of people coming together t Continue reading ...
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