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How to Apply for the third phase New Kazi Mtaani Jobs Countrywide

KAZI MTAANI: Youths at work in Kiandutu slums in Thika on Wednesday, May 20, 2020. Image: FILE

The recruitment process for the third phase of the Kazi mtaani programme is set to begin on Friday, November 19. The government, through the steering committee of the National Hygiene Program announced a new recruitment of workers and supervisors for the Kazi Mtaani programme.

Principal Secretary for State Department of Housing and Urban Development, Charles Hinga in a statement announced that interested persons will be required to register through the Kazi Mtaani Management System portal.

“The online portal will ensure those interested be registered in a timely, transparent and efficient manner that will be equitable across the board,” he said on Tuesday.

The State Department for Housing and Urban Development announced it was recruiting inexperienced, experienced, and semi-experienced youths in phase three of the Kazi Mtaani programme.

The workstreams include activities such as construction works using Appropriate Building Materials and Technologies (ABMT), construction of hostels in selected TVETS, construction works to complete previously stalled economic stimulus program market, construction works to remove asbestos roofing in government estates.

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KMS is a mobile and web-based system developed by the government of Kenya to register and manage Kazi mtaani beneficiaries across the country.

Hinga said the web application will be used to register, process the data received from the mobile application, payments and reports.

“The mobile application will be used to collect workers, clock in and clock out and projects data.”

Phase three of the programme will officially launch in December 2021.

The third phase is said to be robust and will be implemented in over 900 informal settlements across all counties and will run to the end of June 2022.

Interested parties have been asked to register on from Friday, November 19.

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During a press briefing, the government promised to ensure a 50-50 gender balance in the program just as it had done with the previous cohorts.

Those living with disabilities were also encouraged to apply for the opportunities.

The government announced it would undertake a selection process of those who had registered through a set criteria that would consider experience, requirements of projects, availability of projects within an area, vulnerability of application among others.

The PS noted that the third phase of the programme will also equip the youth with life skills aimed at creating job opportunities as well as to enable them to engage in self-employment in fields such as plumbing, masonry, and carpentry among others.

“The selection committee will include parties such as NGAO, Nyumba Kumi and technical officers from various agencies,” the government noted.

The recruitment announcement comes weeks after President Uhuru Kenyatta said during Mashujaa Day celebrations that the National Hygiene Programme (Kazi mtaani) would continue because it positively impacted lives of hundreds of thousands of youth.

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In addition, Charles Hinga, the Principal Secretary in the State Department for Housing and Urban Development, emphasized that the registration process would not come on a first come, first serve basis.

“Kindly note, the registration period will not close today. We have over one million traffic trying to register,” Hinga stated.

“The Kazi Mtaani Registration website is experiencing high traffic. The issue is being addressed to allow the high number of youth in interested in registering to access,” he added.

Click here to apply.

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