Kenya has relied on tertiary institutions and universities to produce generations of ‘ready-to-work’ graduates since its independence 59 years ago. According to a British Council survey conducted in 2017, the country has between 500,000 and 800,000 youth who graduate from primary, secondary, and post-secondary institutions and enter the labour market. However, only 40 per cent […]

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