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6 years ago

Contacts Of ActionAid International Kenya Office In Nairobi

ActionAid International Kenya Office in Nairobi has offices located in AACC Building along Waiyaki Way in Westlands.

The ActionAid International Kenya Office postal address is P.O. Box 42814-00100, Nairobi.

The email address of ActionAid International (Africa) Regional Office in Nairobi is info.kenya@actionaid.org.

The telephone contacts of ActionAid International Kenya Office in Nairobi, Kenya are 4440440, 4440444 and 4440449. The Fax is 0204445843.

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6 years ago

Changes To Uwezo Fund Approved By MPs And Senators In Kenya

Uwezo Fund in Kenya is a fund given to youths to boost entrepreneurial culture in Kenya. The youths in Kenya are to form groups and start businesses to apply for Uwezo Funds successfully. The aim of the Uwezo Fund is to boost the livilihood of the youths of Kenya and at the same time improve development and growth of Kenyan economy.

Uwezo fund was a proposed pledge by Hon Uhuru Kenyatta during his campaigns to power.

The MPs recently approved changes proposed by Senate Chambers in Kenya on the Uwezo Fund. Some of the changes that are to occur include the management of Uwezo   Continue reading ...


6 years ago

Contacts Of Ministry Of Sports, Culture And The Arts Offices In Kenya

Ministry of Sports, Culture and The Arts in Kenya has offices located in Kencom House in Nairobi.

The postal address of the Ministry of Sports, Culture and The Arts in Nairobi is P.O. Box 49849-00100, Nairobi. 

The telephone contacts of the Kenya Ministry of Sports, Culture and The Arts office are +254 020 2251164.

Contacts

Ministry of Sports,Culture and The Arts, Kencom House,P. O. Box 49849-00100 KenyaE-mail: psoffice@minspoca.go.keE-mail: csoffice@minspoca.go.keTelephone: Tel. +254 020 2251164

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6 years ago

How To Register A Company In Kenya: Youth Empowerment

Finally, changes have occurred in Kenya and now Kenyan youths will have a chance to participate in government business!

Recently the president of Kenya, Hon Uhuru Kenyatta has launched a bill which will help the Kenyan youths to be among the government stakeholders. The bill secures 30% government of Kenya’s procurement business to be done by youths and women in Kenya.

The government has played its part in including the young people and women in Kenya, who in most cases are sidelined or left behind. It’s better to at least try and fail than fail to try. We could   Continue reading ...