According to recent estimates by the World Bank, more than 10 million young Africans, often poorly skilled, leave the school system every year in search of jobs in local employment markets which are not expanding fast enough to create jobs
In Kenya, according to Aghakan University report youth unemployment is at 55%. It is interesting to note that only one in every ten youth secures gainful employment yearly. The other nine find their source of livelihood by either engaging in small businesses or by expanding their sweat in the jua-kali artisan sector.
Abetec is standing in the gap to equip the future workforce with necessary skills and re-program them to become job creators and not job seekers through our Vocational courses.