KCB Foundation: 2jiajiri Launch

Abed Karuga an Out Grower with The Hive (right) and KCB Foundation Programmes Manager Bernard Barasa (second right) takes the US Ambassador to Kenya Robert Godec, KCB Group Chairman, Ngeny Biwott and KCB Group CEO Joshua Oigara through some of the Hive Africa products (a KCB Foundation funded project) during the launch of the KCB Foundation “2jiajiri initiative” at Kasarani. The 2jiajiri initiative programme is aimed at formalizing the informal sector through skilling and up skilling.

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