Kenya Youth Employment & Opportunities Project
Tambua. Inua. Endeleza Vijana.
Impact of the Project
Youth have benefited from Training and Internship
Of Youth who completed Job Specific Skills Training & Internship have been employed
Youth Received Business Support, with 26,922 receiving a 40,000Ksh grant and 5,264 receiving coaching to manage a business
Of youth who received business grants have created employment for themselves and others
Inclusivity in Support
5% Participation in the Project is reserved for Persons with Disability.
KYEOP encourages youth from Vulnerable and Marginalized Communities and single youth mothers to apply.
What to Look out For
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News and Events
On February 24th 2021 President Uhuru Kenyatta unveiled Sh1.3 billion business grants for 750 youth who were successful in the MbeleNaBiz competition. In the ceremony also graced by the World…
Her determination to succeed in life is exceptional. Apart from serving individual customers, she has managed to secure good deals, including making double decker beds for Ganze Primary School and…
The Kenya Youth Employment and Opportunities Project (KYEOP) has injected Sh 16 million grant benefitting over 1,700 jobless youth in Kitui to start income generating activities amidst the Covid-19 economic…