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The daily cost of hiring minus fuel and painter ranges between 800 – 1000 shillings. Now we don’t spend on hiring machine.
Peace and Governance
Twenty six year old Felix Ochieng used to fear election season in Kenya. When he was 11, his brother Moses was almost killed during the post-election violence...
Skills and Development
I initially registered for this training in 2019. However, my family’s financial situation could not support my school fees and soon after I was forced to drop off.
Although I had known the job, I relied on daily commission from my labour. I was paid a commission of 50 shillings for every shirt I made and 100 shillings for every dress.
The need for survival led him to engage in casual jobs to earn a living, at local building sites (mjengo) as a helper, as a tout, at car washes as an attendant and as a casual laborer in small restaurants within Nairobi city.
The knowledge acquired from the training is helping me to better plan, set goals for my business and engage with my customers effectively.
Pamela Adhiambo is a 23-year-old lady, a dancer by passion, and a volunteer instructor in the hair dressing and beauty therapy department at YMCA-Kisumu.
Despite making hundreds of applications, no jobs were coming forth which made me feel very discouraged. My grandmother also felt like I wasn’t doing enough.
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