With the help of an innovative agreement between Kenya and Germany, more than 400,000 job seekers in Kenya can now find employment overseas. This prospective partnership intends to develop workers’ skills and pave the way for them to succeed on the global labor market. Kimani Ichungwah, the president of Kenya’s National Assembly, and Sebastian Groth, a significant German ambassador to Kenya, came up with the initial concept.
They desired to give Kenyan job searchers the opportunity to stand out on the international job market. The cooperation aims to improve TVET education standards, ensuring that Kenyan workers are prepared for the demands of the German labor market. The emphasis on Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) centers in Kenya is at the core of this relationship.
Kenya’s Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) centers can assist in supplying the trained labor that Germany requires.
A total of 60 TVET centers will undergo extensive improvements that will better match their curricula to the particular requirements of different German companies.
For Kenyan workers who want to work there, knowing German will be essential. They will be better able to blend in and carry out their duties as a result.
But it goes beyond employment. They also discussed farming and improving products like dairy, coffee, and tea. Prior to export, Kenya intends to process these items domestically. This may increase the value of Kenya’s goods and generate additional employment there.