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Cycle 4 JSST Resumed
Cycle 5 LST Ongoing Grants Orientation Ongoing Gain Practical Experience

Kenya Youth Employment & Opportunities Project

Tambua. Inua. Endeleza Vijana.

Training and Internship

Training and Internship

Get trained in one of our trade areas, do an internship in a company or an apprenticeship with a Master Craftsman

Improving Youth Employability
Business Support

Business Support

Create your own business! Get support for your business with a 40,000 business grant or coaching on running a business

Support for Job Creation
MbeleNaBiz

MbeleNaBiz

Receive a grant of either Ksh. 900,000 or 3.6 million if your business idea has the potential of creating jobs.

MbeleNaBiz
Future Bora Initiative

Future Bora Initiative

Supporting transformational organizations that expand economic opportunities for vulnerable and hard-to-serve youth.

Future Bora Initiative

Impact of the Project

Results Summary

33,167

33,167

Youth have benefited from Training and Internship

64%

64%

Of Youth who completed Job Specific Skills Training & Internship have been employed

14,978

14,978

Youth Received Business Support, with 9,956 receiving a 40,000Ksh grant and 5,022 receiving coaching to manage a business

82%

82%

Of youth who received business grants have created employment for themselves and others

Inclusivity in Support

5% Participation in the Project is reserved for Persons with Disability.

KYEOP encourages youth from Vulnerable and Marginalized Communities and single youth mothers to apply.

What to Look out For

Announcements

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2 days ago

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Happening Now: Postbank holds a financial literacy session with Cycle 3, 4 and 5 youth at Kariakor Social Hall. The sessions focus on Savings, Budgeting, Setting financial goals and starting up businesses, they will be held in all the 17 KYEOP Cycle 5 implementing Counties. ... See MoreSee Less

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4 days ago

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Financial Independence. Changing Lives.

Supporting Youth find Jobs or Employ themselves

See how Geoffrey, thanks to the KYEOP business grant, has been able to grow his vegetable-selling business in Turkana

Trained Youth. Grants given.

Improving the livelihood of young people

KYEOP aims at increasing employment and earning opportunities for targetted youth.

The project has impacted 17 counties.

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  • Youth selection completed
  • Induction for youth who selected Training and Internship completed.
  • Business Support applicants to be contacted soon on EAT.

The latest from KYEOP

News and Events

Cycle 5 LST Commences, Trade Selection to be done Soon

Cycle 5 Life Skills Training is officially on in all the 16 participating Counties; Nairobi, Mombasa, Kisumu, Nakuru, Kiambu, Kilifi, Migori, Turkana, Kitui, Kakamega, Nyandarua, Mandera, Machakos, Wajir, Kisii and…

ByMillicent Njeri Wangui

October 9, 2020

Cycle 4 JSST Resumption

KYEOP Cycle 4 Job Specific Skills Training (JSST) is now back on. The training officially resumed on 5th October 2020 with all the youth beneficiaries reporting to their various Master…

ByMillicent Njeri Wangui

October 9, 2020

Over 4,500 youths to resume vocational training

Over 4,500 youth are expected to resume special technical training after a five-months closure owing to the effects of coronavirus disease, the Government has said. Youth Affairs Principal Secretary Julius…

ByWinnie Njoki

September 29, 2020

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