Last week KCB Group CEO Joshua Oigara oversaw the launching of ksh50 billion 2jiajiri programme dubbed '2jiajiri Business Challenge' which will see over half a million kenyan youth entrepreneurs creating employment for themselves and others in a span of five years.
The Kenyan youth who have been complaining about high rates of unemployment for years are the target with priority for both genders.The 2jiajiri programme targets businesses from all sectors of the Kenyan economy but with more emphasis on Agriculture,engineering&construction,fashion &beauty and domestic activities for example cleaning services.
How to participate
The 2jiajiri programme demands that the awarded youths to have come up with viable and unique business ideas better than their competitors. That's why is dubbed '2Jiajiri Business Challenge'.
If you, as a youth, want to take part in this challenge, you need to visit KCB Bankika to register and submit your business idea.
The beneficiaries who will be choosen under a very competitive procedure, will benefit by accessing low cost project financing and acquiring free enterprise development and management skills through seminars.