Vijana wa Maskani Kupokea Mafunzo ya Kazi za Kiufundi

April 24, 2021

Katika juhudi za kuwezesha vijana wa maskani kimafunzo na kazi, Shirika la Sambasports youth agenda limeleta pamoja wafanyibiashara 20, wenye uzoefu wa kazi za kiufundi kuwafunza vijana hao.

Mafunzo hayo ya mradi wa shared Futures unaolenga kubadilisha maisha ya vijana kwa kuwapeusha na magenge na ushawishi wa itikadi kali na utumizi wa mihadarati unatarajiwa kuwapa vijana hao utaalamu wa kazi za kiufundi.

Wafanyibiashara hao wamekubali ushirikiano na Sambasports kuwafunza vijana hao kwa miezi mitatu na zaidi ikitegemea na mafunzo aliyochagua mwanafunzi.

Wakijadiliana wao kwa wao,wafanyibiashara hao kutoka likoni hadi Ukunda, wameelezea changamoto za vijana ikiwemo kukaa ovyo maskani, ukosefu wa malezi bora ya kidini, umaskini, ukosefu wa elimu, utumizi wa mihadarati miongoni mwa changamoto zinazochangia wengi kujihusisha na uhalifu na vurugu.

Kwa kauli moja kupitia mapendekezo yao baada ya kujadiliana wamekubali kuwapokea vijana watakaotumwa kwenye kazi

Miongoni mwa kazi watakazojifunza vijana kutoka maskani 9 kuanzia Likoni hadi Ukunda, ni fundi cherahani, fundi mfereji, uchoraji na upakaji rangi, uchomeleaji wa vyuma, kazi za salon,kinyozi, na useremala.

Akizungumza katika mkutano huo,mshauri wa shirika la sambasorts Mohammed Mwachausa, ameelezea kuwa ushirikiano huo utasaidia pia wafanyibiashara wanaotaka kupokea mafunzo ya mauzo ya bidhaa ama huduma zao, kupata vyeti kutoka kwa vyuo vya kiufundi kwa wale ambao hawana, kulipiwa ada za mitihani katika vyuo vya kiufundi,mafunzo ya mbinu za kufanya biashara na namna ya kutoa maelezo kuhusu biashara zao.

Mwachausa ameongeza kuwa mfumo kama huu umetumika katika kaunti za Lamu, Mandera na Garisa na ulisaidia vijana zaidi ya 5000 kubadili maisha yao.

Mradi wa shared Futures, unatekelezwa na sambasports kwa ushirikiano na AYT kwa udhamini wa Kerk in Actie na ICCO.

Mwandishi: Amina Chombo

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  1. Rasi Mangale

    Hongera kwa vijana hao na kwa shirika la SambaSports Youth Agenda katika swala zima la kukuza ujasiriamali.

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Abigael Ndizi Kavithu
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Abigael is an enthusiastic and passionate mentor for adolescents in school with a reputable public speaking ability. She is pursuing education at Kenyatta University. Her interest in child protection has seen her pursuing a certificate in child and drug abuse counselling at Amani Training Institute College. She has been a member since 2018, seeing herself be part of several projects including the Adolescent Sexual Reproductive Health Induction (ASRHI) and Kumekucha Quest. Abigael enjoys inspiring and influencing healthier behavior among adolescents—sees herself as an agent of change.

Wendy Baraza
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Wendy is a high school teacher with demonstrated communication skills both verbal and written. She regards herself as compassionate, dedicated, enthusiastic, and goal-driven. She believes in her commitment towards educational and social development of learners. Wendy’s satisfaction comes from serving the community through inspiring and influencing healthy behavior among adolescents and young people—with her work in the English Access Microscholarship program.

Abdulkadir Mwandaro
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Abdulkadir is a versatile individual with a background in Procurement and Supply Chain Management, Road Routine Maintenance and Do-Nou Technology, and STCW Mandatory. Since 2019, he has been on course towards his passion to create a positive change in the community by inspiring young people to make the right choices in life—as a field assistant of the Shared Futures Project

Riziki Hamisi Mwakusirikwa
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Riziki shares a wealth of experience in community development. She is trained as a trainer of trainers adequately in several areas including life skills, crime prevention, and counselling. Riziki is also pursuing a diploma un counselling psychology at Amani Training Institute College. She is an active advocate on GBV, land issues, women and youth mentorship. Her love for the community has seen her through various projects including Adolescent Sexual Reproductive Health Induction (ASRHI), Shared Futures Project, and Kumekucha Quest

Amina Chombo
Resource Education Facilitator

Da Amina, as many love calling her, is a renowned journalist in the Coastal region of Kenya with a vast experience of over 10 years in the mainstream media. She is the Head of Department—Media and Public Relations at SambaSports Youth Agenda. She commands both English and Kiswahili Languages and she is rightfully a mentor and idol to many aspiring journalists, especially from Kwale. Her love for the community is unmatched as she explains that volunteering in both community and family development gives her unending joy

Bakari Mwabugu
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Mwabugu has a background in Emergency Management and Humanitarian Assistance. He shares undying passion for dealing with emergencies and researching on disasters, as well as seeking entrepreneurship in disaster management. Mwabugu has a rich experience as volunteer in the community stretching from his work with Kenya Red Cross and now with SambaSports Youth Agenda. He is also equipped with skills in firefighting, data collection, dead body management, first aid, and psychosocial support and trauma healing

Mariam Mohammed
Drug Abuse Counselor

Mariam has a background in Community Development and Social Work. She is a trained Mediator and Trauma Counselor. Mariam is a ToT on Value-Based Education and an ambassador to Young Cities. She shares a considerable amount of experience in her work with the community playing various roles as Girl Child mentor, Trauma Counselor for youths and adolescents, and mediating. Mariam is a long-serving Project Assistant for the Adolescent Sexual Reproductive Health Induction project. She shares the unending passion for community service also traveling and socializing describe her best interests.

Juma Mugodo
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Juma Mugodo is a football fanatic and his passion for the game has seen him getting into coaching. He is hugely appreciated for unveiling talents among adolescent boys and nurturing them to becoming reputable footballers over the years. Moreover, Juma is an astute facilitator on life skills, drug abuse and Value Based education. He loves reading and making new friends.