[LISTEN] Harambee youth accelerator tackling youth unemployment

Have you registered your profile on Harambee Youth Employment Accelerator?

Harambee Youth Employment Accelerator was designed as a solution to tackle youth unemployment.

Harambee's Rob Urquhart says one of the ways to get youth interested in technical skills is to let them know about the value of such experience.

Harambee solves youth unemployment through partnerships. We work with young people, government and other partnerships.

Rob Urquhart, Executive at Harambee 

We have been able to place young people across the board.

Rob Urquhart, Executive at Harambee 

The young people are really our greatest asset.

Rob Urquhart, Executive at Harambee 

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