More youth graduate from USAID work skills training

Ninety-one youths who completed a life and work skills training ‘Work Ready Now’ course through USAID’s Skills and Knowledge for Youth Employment (SKYE) programme were recognised at a function held on Thursday.

Representatives from the US Embassy, the Education Ministry, the private sector, civil society and parents of the graduating youth attended the event, a press release said.

In his address to the youth, who hailed from regions Three, Four, Six and Ten, Deputy Chief of Mission of the US Embassy Bryan Hunt …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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