KamiLimu is a non-profit organization that provides an 8-month structured mentorship program whose mission is to bridge the skills gap between classroom learning and global competitiveness among university students pursuing technology-aligned courses. KamiLimu achieves its objectives through hands-on workshops and one-to-one peer and professional mentorship to equip students with 21st-century skills in five areas: (1) Personal Development; (2) Professional Development; (3) Scholarship Application; (4) Innovation; (5)Community Engagement.
The Mentorship Class (www.thementorshipclass.org) is a youth transformative program that takes on youth (mentees) aged between 16 to 30 years for 6 months exposing them to successful individuals (mentors) and empowering them in different areas namely self-awareness, personal, career, and business development.
This report contains the text of the proposed resolution and Conclusions submitted by the Standard-Setting Committee on Apprenticeships for adoption by the Conference.
The report of the Committee on its proceedings, as approved by the Officers of the Committee on behalf of the Committee, will be published on the Conference website in Record No. 5B after the closure of the session. Committee members will have the possibility to submit corrections to their own statements appearing in the report until 1 July 2022.
Childcare in Vocational Training Centres - Making Care Count
Pregnancy among school-going girls is an ongoing challenge in many developing countries. Africa has the highest adolescent pregnancy rate in the world, according to Human Rights Watch and adolescent girls who have early and unintended pregnancies face many social and financial barriers to continuing with formal education.
Promoting Youth Employment Through Technical Human Capital Development
Kenya Association of Manufacturers (KAM), Kenya
Manufacturing is a key pillar of Kenya’s economy. Through its Big 4 Agenda and Vision 2030, Kenya’s government has identified manufacturing as a way of reducing youth unemployment.
According to the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics, direct manufacturing accounts for 15.9% of the country’s GDP. Manufacturing also overlaps several other sectors.
Improving the employability of young people from the construction sector in Kenya through skills and enterprise development.
Kenya Commercial Bank Foundation (KCBF)/GIZ, Kenya
Countries of implementation: Kenya, Second phase: Uganda and Tanzania
Building skills for employability– Skills Acceleration Program (SAP)
Global Transformers and Innovators for Development Ltd (GTID Ltd)
Country/ies of implementation: Rwanda and other African countries