The funded KIEP-SKIES Rapid Tech Skills Program has significantly impacted the first cohort of beneficiaries who today presented their great tech innovations.

The diverse solutions presented by the scholars undertaking their training at Mama Ngina University College were exciting and stand to significantly influence how certain things are done in society going forward.

Mama Ngina University College is among eight universities across Kenya implementing the KIEP-SKIES Rapid Tech Skills Development Program funded by the World Bank.

The program seeks to retool two hundred and sixty seven (267) techies selected across the country and will equip them with critical ICT skills for the fast evolving job market.

The areas of focus will include: Cybersecurity, Software Engineering, Data Science and Critical Soft Skills