Job Description The KCB Foundation was established in to implement the KCB Bank Groups Corporate Social Responsibility programs and as a sign of commitment to sustainable development to alleviate poverty and enhance well-being. To date, the KCB Foundation has invested an estimated 1Billion Kenya shillings in community programs in Kenya, South Sudan, Rwanda Tanzania, Uganda and Burundi. As a good corporate citizen, the KCB Bank Group is committed to sustainable development, prosperity and poverty reduction to address the hardship, high poverty levels and interconnected challenges that affect communities in Eastern Africa.Locations : Baringo, Garissa, Homabay, Kiambu, Marsabit, Kericho, Nairobi, Samburu, Tana RiverScholarship Selection CriteriaEligibility:To qualify for the skills and enterprise development project scholarships, all applicants must fulfill the criteria below: Have a National Identity CardBe able to read and write in Kiswahili and/or EnglishCommit to attend all training sessions in participating technical training institutions/vocational training centers in their county of residence.Be within one of the two categories (Business Owner, Apprentice)Contribution of KES. /= towards the school fees. This is payable to the training institution upon receiving official communication from KCB Foundation on award of the scholarship.
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