4,000 Young Men and Women Graduate from Generation Kenya
Today, 4,000 young Kenyan men and women graduated from Generation Kenya with new skills to help them find and keep employment in high growth sectors and secure a prosperous future for themselves.Read more
Generation Celebrates Reaching 25,000 Graduates GloballyMarch 14, 2019
Generation Kenya partners with Safaricom FoundationAugust 9, 2018
Collaborative training programs can increase youth labor participationMarch 15, 2018
Over 3,900 Kenyans graduate with practical skills for the labor marketMarch 15, 2018
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Generation makes an intergenerational impact on families and students. "Generation is not just a program, it's an outreach to the community," says Dr. Latisha D. Reeves Henry, an instructor at Generation. "We're not just about changing their situation, we're about transforming lives."