Log in

Login to your account

Username *
Password *
Remember Me
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
Chief Administrative Secretary Hon. Rachel Sebesh Condemned
Sexual assault and mutilation on a 13 year old girl in Homa Bay County. The CAS who was addressing the media at The Nairobi Women Hospital accompanied by Homa Bay Women Rep Gladys Wanga, Likoni Member of Parliament Mishi Mboko and Gender Secretary Faith Kasiva when they went to consul the girl and her mother appealed to the Inspector General of Police to expedite investigations, arrest band prosecute the perpetrators
Chief administrative Hon. Rachel Shebesh met and held discussions with United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) youth Representatives
Chief administrative Hon. Rachel Shebesh met and held discussions with United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) youth Representatives led by Youth advisor Wambui Kahara who called on her at her Harambee House office, Nairobi,Friday January 10, 2019
Shebesh Hosts Women Leaders
From Left to Right is Nairobi County Assembly MCA June Ndegwa, nominated MP Cecily Mbarire, Homa Bay Rep Gladys Wanga, Busia Women Rep Florence Mutua, Chief Administrative Secretary, Ministry of Public Service Youth and Gender Affairs Hon. Rachel Shebesh, Musician Susan Owiyo, former Speaker Nairobi County Beatrice Elachi and Likoni MP Mishi Mboko after a Consultative meeting with Hon. Rachel Shebesh at Her Harambee House office, Nairobi.

The Cabinet Secretary, Prof Margaret Kobia, held a meeting with KCB Group

The Cabinet Secretary, Prof Margaret Kobia, held a meeting with KCB Group where they deliberated on strengthening our existing collaboration.
They held discussions among them the 'Formalising the Informal Sector Skilling for Self Employment' Program with its flagship project, 2jiajiri.
2jiajiri has so far empowered 22,000 young people since its inception in 2016 through provision of technical skills training, start-up capital and market linkages.

IMG 20181015 WA0013  kcb
The Ministry is keen to continue to strengthen its collaboration with KCB and specifically to;
1. Support the recruitment of future beneficiaries.
2. Monitor and evaluate the project.
3. Encourage youth beneficiaries to access Ministry's Affirmative Funds.
4. Mobilise participation from other Ministries and Agencies to support the project.
5. Explore other opportunities offered by KCB to deliver on the Government's Big 4 Agenda.
Present at the meeting was Chief Administrative Secretary, Hon. Rachel Shebesh, KCB Group CEO, Mr. Joshua Oigara, KCB Foundation MD, Mrs. Jane Mwangi and other staff from the Ministry

Our Online Newsletters