How Much Kazi Mtaani Programme Workers Will Be Paid In 2024

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How Much Are Kazi Mtaani Programme Workers Been Paid 2024… Do you wish to know how much the Kazi Mtaani Programme workers are been paid? If yes, then this informative article is for you. You will be given detailed information about How Much Kazi Mtaani Programme Workers will be paid in 2024/2025.

About Kazi Mtaani Programme

The Kazi Mtaani Programme is an initiative designed to cushion the most vulnerable youth in the informal settlements from the effects of COVID-19 pandemic.

The objective of the programme is to provide a form of social protection for workers whose prospects for daily or casual work has been disrupted by the containment policies put in place to limit the spread of COVID-19.

Through this initiative, residents are recruited to undertake projects concentrated in and around informal settlements with the aim of improving the environment, service delivery and providing income generation opportunities.

The State Department for Youth Affairs is currently implementing the training component of the Kazi Mtaani Programme in the 47 Counties to equip youth with industry relevant skills to ensure they are employable and productive post COVID – 19 Crisis.

How Much Kazi Mtaani Programme Workers Will Be Paid

In its first phase, the enlisted workers were paid a daily wage of Kenyan shillings 653.10 for Nairobi, Kisumu, and Mombasa. In contrast, those from the other municipalities were paid Kenyan shillings 600.00.

However, the Kazi Mtaani salary was lowered slightly in phase two to increase the recruitment bracket to 270,000. Each enlisted worker receives payment of shillings of 455.00 per day.

NOTE: So, at this point, the amount being paid to the workers for this phase is not ascertained. But, it is advisable for you to apply for the programme and start enjoying the amount of money being paid instead of knowing the amount before applying for the programme.

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  1. Tonui Patrick says:

    We are eagerly waiting

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