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Nairobi, 7th June, 2019

 

The National Treasury and Planning Cabinet Secretary, Henry Rotich today held a meeting with United Nations (UN) World Food Programme (WFP) officials led by Stanlake Samkange, Senior Director for Strategic Coordination and Support at the Treasury Building. Their topic of discussion was; "Concept on creating one million jobs in Africa and Globally: Closing the SDG Data Gap and advancing digital literacy" initiative by investigating the Specific Country needs. The Objective of WFP proposal is to support at least one million jobs for youth aged 18-35 in Africa and other parts of the world.

The effort aims to improve the economic situation and livelihoods of these young people and their families, many of whom are vulnerable and food insecure, while filling data gaps for SDG indicators and national and regional development agendas, and creating further opportunities for digital learning and skills development among youth.