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Public Service Youth and Gender Affairs Cabinet Secretary Prof. Margaret Kobias chats with KeNGeN managing Director Rebecca Miano during the inaugural Pink Energy Conference that brings together women employees from the Energy sector held at a Westlands Hotel, Nairobi where the CS was chief guest
“Government is committed to ensuring Gender Equality and Women Empowerment.” Says Prof. Kobia Nairobi
CS Margaret Kobia Hosts women Parliamentarians
Homabay County Women Rep Gladys Wanga brands Cabinet Secretary for Public Service Youth and Gender Affairs Professor Margaret Kobia with an "Embrace" cap. . The "Embrace" initiative aims at sensitising women across political divide on the Government's BIG 4 Agenda across the country.Looking on is the former Speaker of Nairobi County Assembly Beatrice Elachi, Murang'a County women Rep Sabina Chege and Likoni MP Mishi Mboko. Also in attendance is the Chief administrative Secretary Rachel Shebesh.
Cabinet Secretary for Public Service Youth and Gender Affairs Tours Exhibition by beneficiaries Women Enterprise Fund and Youth Enterprise fund during cheques disbursement at St Mary Immaculate Catholic Church, Gatimbi in Imenti Central, Meru County
Enterprise Fund Disburses Over Ksh22 Million to Women Groups beneficiaries to Meru Women groups- Gatimbi, Imenti Central Constituency, Meru County
Cabinet Secretary Prof Kobia disburses 0ver Sh 12 million to 65 groups in Tharaka South Sub County Marimanti, Tharaka South Sub County on January 23, 2019
PS holds discussions with charitable Organisations
Principal Secretary, Public Service and Youth Affairs Dr. Francis Owino in a meeting with officials from Child Investment Foundation Fund(CIFF) and German Development Bank (KfW) where they discussed areas of partnership in a project targeting out-of school teenagers 15-24 years olds mostly from informal settlements to venture into self employment activities

Engage in Corruption Deals at Your Own Peril,” PS Owino warns

Engage in Corruption Deals at Your Own Peril,” PS Owino warns

IMG 20181003 WA0037Officers who engage in corrupt transactions have beenwarned of dire consequences, bearing in mind that the law will catch up 

with them accordingly.IMG 20181003 WA0096Addressing officers from the State Department of Public Service and Youth at KenCom Building while on a familiarization tour of the State Department, Public Service and Youth Principal Secretary Dr. Francis Owino said that officers must observe ethics and integrity by ensuring that there is total compliance with the rules and procedures in their day to day activities.
“I am allergic to corruption, therefore, anyone who engages in corrupt deals will carry their own cross when the law catches up with them,” PS Owino advised.
The Principal Secretary, who was meeting the officers in their work environments for the first time since he assumed office, said that his office is open to all staff members with issues to discuss that are geared towards the improvement of service delivery.
“We are here to serve millions of Kenyans out there, therefore, we must report on duty and deliver our mandate to make Kenya shine.” PS Owino noted.
Dr. Owino once more congratulated President Uhuru Kenyatta for the global recognition after he was named the global champion for the UN Young People’s Agenda, a global partnership through which the UN seeks to get every young person into quality education, training or employment by 2030.
The new initiative, a partnership between the United Nations Youth Strategy 2030 and Generation Unlimited, aims at catalysing pro-youth actions to address the dreams, ambitions and hopes of 1.8 billion young people globally.
The officers who were accorded an opportunity to present their grievances directly to the Principal Secretary lauded his leadership style saying that it is a good gesture for him to visit them in their offices to check on their wellbeing.


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