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International Transformation Foundation(ITF)is a Youth led nonprofit organization providing Youths educational & self development programs encompassing leadership & entrepreneurship. With Coordination secretariat in Nairobi,Kenya.
International Transformation Foundation(ITF)is a Youth led nonprofit organization providing Youths educational & self development programs encompassing leadership & entrepreneurship. With Coordination secretariat in Nairobi,Kenya.

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This afternoon from 2:00 - 6:00 PM the BEE (Building Empowering Environment for Youth Employability) National Conference will be at YMCA central (state house road). We will be joined by students from various universities/colleges in Nairobi with guest speakers and one of the guests is from Ministry of Education:
Mr. WILLIS OMBIMA AYUB,
Acting Director Vocational Education & Training

Topic: State of Youth employment linked with WBL (work based learning), VET( Vocational education Training) and apprentice policies in Kenya
Mr. Ayub served for 10 years as a high school Teacher and administrator. He also served as Youth development Officer in Coast Province and on National Level he designed and implemented teenage mothers empowerment project in Kilifi in 2007. In 2010 He was in charge of Youth Training and responsible for disbursement of Trainee funds. He also managed Youth employment for sustainable projects in 2012 for ILO (International Labor organization) and Japan government. Since 2010 He is heavily involved in quality vocational training to young people. He holds B.A in education, Msc. in Psychology and Msc. In Project Management. 
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It's tomorrow! The BEE (Building Empowering Environment for Youth Employability) National Conference –on 9th December 2016 at YMCA central (state house road) Today we continue to introduce our guests:
Guest: Maurice Muriithi, Senior Youth Officer / Ministry of Public Service, Youth and Gender Affairs

Topic:State of Youth unemployment and Policies to curb the challenge especially those related to WBL (work based learning), VET (Vocational Education Training) and apprentice in Kenya.

Maurice Muriithi played a crucial role in the National Youth Council and is currently Senior Youth officer at the Ministry of Youth. He holds a Masters degree in sociology obtained from the University of Nairobi and is expert in youth empowerment with special emphasis on youth participation, involvement and decision making as well as project management. Additionally he is a participant at the ILO ( International Labour Organization) and was contributing to the youth employment strategy.
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Today's introduction of our Guest speaker to the BEE (building empowering environment for youth employability) National Conference –on 9th December 2016 at YMCA central (state house road) is the youngest but so awesome promoting work based learning:
Topic: How NGO’s can act as a bridge between youth, labor market & schools.
Speaker: BRYAN CHESOLI: Founder, Youth LITE Kenya
Bryan Chesoli is a global young leader who is proactive in championing youth-action in Kenya. He is the Founder of Youth LITE Kenya, a youth-led organization that is turning students into industry consultants. The program allows local businesses to tap into the vast student community in the country. Through this initiative, Chesoli has gained both local and international commendations. Some of the awards he has received includes UNESCO Global Citizenship Education Award, The Queen’s Young Leaders Award, Chase Bank Kenya Youthpreneur Award and is a nominee of the Global Young Leadership Award.
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As we gear up to BEE (building empowering environment for youth employability) National Conference –Promoting work based learning on 9th December 2016 at YMCA central (state house road). We will be introducing some of our amazing guest speakers/panelists and topics of discussion. We start with:

Topic: Potential benefits of WBL (work based learning) for Employers/Companies
Speaker: Hon. FRANCIS THOMBE NYAMMO (MBS, OGW)
Hon. Nyammo has extensive experience as a Director of both quoted and non-quoted companies. He also has extensive experience in banking and insurance. He was a Member of Parliament from 2007 – 2012 representing Tetu Constituency (Nyeri County) in the National Assembly of Kenya since the Kenyan parliamentary election 2007. Hon. Nyammo holds a B.A degree from the University of London and has undergone management and corporate governance training locally and abroad. Currently he is Chairman- Board of Directors Longhorn Publishers.

We are still receiving applications for youth participants. Registration form: https://goo.gl/forms/n5xkMBt4tsFYTZMA3
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We have volunteer position (International Relations Assistant) Vacancy. See how to apply here http://reliefweb.int/job/1788961/international-relations-assistant

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We are receiving applications from young people (18 -35 years old) to participate in our #BEEProject (Building Empowering Environment for youth Employability) NATIONAL CONFERENCE on 9th December 2016 (2:00 - 6:00 PM) at YMCA conference hall (State house road: Nairobi). See how to apply and more details on this link: http://reliefweb.int/training/1787576/bee-building-empowering-environment-youth-employability-national-conference

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Welcome to our new capacity building project “READ: REDUCING SOCIAL EXCLUSION THROUGH A CREATIVE APPROACH TO READING.” Youth illiteracy is still rife in many countries around the world. According to statistics, globally, 124 million children and young adolescents are not in school or they drop out before completing the full course of basic education. READ project and its partners share the mission to enhance the participation of youth and disadvantaged learners to society, promoting inclusive education and equality. The project draws its origin from the long engagement for the empowerment of young people through non-formal learning. The aim of READ project is to promote reading to young people in an integrated and creative manner. Through local and mobility activities, the project will addresses the problem of illiteracy, the risk of school dropout & the lack of interest that young people have towards reading. It will stimulate the interest in reading as a way to open up the imagination, using nonformal methodologies, offering cultural & creative activities…http://www.itfsecretariat.org/read.html
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DONATE TODAY just 2 days remaining for our M-Changa fund-raising start up capital for Excellent youth group: Excellent youth group will provide an online radio for broadcasting, recording, and marketing of young talented artists in Kariobangi south. Here is one of the song they recorded ;;;;; https://youtu.be/rJFPwFPZrb0 #TellyouwhatIwant by Krolly Jay
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