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Jacinta Moraa and Bernice Kariuki beat 36 contestants in the recently concluded Jenga Bizna Challenge and the Tujiajiri Investment Challenge held respectively in Eldoret and Nairobi. Moraa has developed an antibacterial soap to aid in reduction of cholera while Kariuki is running a poultry business.


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Several women walked into the open field as Emmy Kosgei’s award winning Taunet Nelel music played on. In a lot of ways, the graduation ceremony was identical to those ones held at other DOT Kenya partner centres. Prison uniforms, wardens on standby and the children on a day when they should be in school, all hinted at the unique ceremony taking place.


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The month of June begun with two graduation ceremonies in Bungoma County. One was at the Kenya Red Cross Society (KRCS) and the other at Deeva College of Professional Studies. Participants graduated with certificates in ReachUp! and StartUp! programs respectively.


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Two DOT participants presented their businesses at the first ever Green Enterprise County Challenge held at the Rift Valley Sports Club. The event organized by Micro-Enterprise Support Program (MESPT) and Tangaza University College, brought together 20 entrepreneurial associations within Nakuru County including venture capitalists, banks and government funding agents.


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Kenya Red Cross Society (KRCS) Machakos branch hosted the latest graduation ceremony for 200 participants who successfully completed the StartUp! and ReachUp! training. The training which is delivered to youth and women in communities provides skills that help to empower and employ the participants.


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In the week of 4th April 2016, DOT Kenya hosted a 5 day professional development (PD) session for its current active program Interns. The PD, fragmented into four different sessions, targeted different Intern cohorts in different stages of their engagement with DOT Kenya.


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On the 18th of March 2016, DOT Kenya will hold the second edition of its participants' Business Competition series at the Kenya National Library Center in Thika. Drawn from DOT's ReachUp! and StartUp! programs, these participants have been trained at different centers around Mt. Kenya region. The programs empower the participants with life-skills, business and ICT skills, enabling them to explore and exploit social and economic opportunities within their communities.


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DOT Kenya holds an Intern Professional Development training

By Omondi Ooko- Andelle – 1 Comment

On the 22nd to the 24th of February this year, DOT Kenya held a professional development session for its Interns. The three day session, conducted at the Savelberg Retreat Center in Nairobi, focused on improving facilitation and monitoring & evaluation skills of the Interns.


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    Kasera says:
    Wow....What a great opportunity!
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    Joseph Orwa says:
    Thanks Judy Muriuki‍ for sharing.
    2 months ago
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    Dysmas Kibet says:
    This is great looking forward to the National competitions..
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    Judy Muriuki says:
    Dear Nanxie,
    Thank you for your interest in the challenge. I trust you have sent in your written/video application which we shall review and revert with feedback.
    Have a good day.
    5 months ago
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    Nanxie keisha says:
    Dear Judy Muriuki
    Hello, i am 22 years old and i would like to participate with DOT. I find it interesting with me since i love my career where am taking entrepreneurship and am just hoping that you may consider me. 
    Thanks,
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