Conference on matching curricula to labour market demands which was officially opened by CS Prof. George Magoha whose speech was read by PS Post Training and Skills Development Mr. Alfred Cheruiyot, also present 3 other PS(s), PS CBC Prof Fatuma Chege, PS Youth Affairs Mr. Julius Sunkuli and PS University and Research Ambassador Simon Nabukwesi among others. 

Conference on matching curricula to labour market demands which was officially opened by CS Prof. George Magoha whose speech was read by PS Post Training and Skills Development Mr. Alfred Cheruiyot, also present 3 other PS(s), PS CBC Prof Fatuma Chege, PS Youth Affairs Mr. Julius Sunkuli and PS University and Research Ambassador Simon Nabukwesi among others. 

Conference on matching curricula to labour market demands which was officially opened by CS Prof. George Magoha whose speech was read by PS Post Training and Skills Development Mr. Alfred Cheruiyot, also present 3 other PS(s), PS CBC Prof Fatuma Chege, PS Youth Affairs Mr. Julius Sunkuli and PS University and Research Ambassador Simon Nabukwesi among others. They all maintained that relevancy in curriculum is crucial and should be done with utmost consideration. The Curriculum developed must be achievable and responsive to the country needs.

Dr. Juma Mukhwana CEO KNQA called in from Mali to share in his thoughts on follow up questions from presentation made by Dr.Kosibei from Kenyatta University on Commercialization on incubation where Dr. Mukhwana highlighted the plight on challenges facing the youth on Commercialization of products which is a great initiative that if well harnessed can sprout and promote Innovation among the youth.

2021-12-14T13:35:50+00:00

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