The ward representative for Nyalenda “B” Hon James Were launched a Kazi Kwa Vijana initiative meant to engage the youth and the women in clearing the blocked drainage system that has been causing continued distractions of property and continued eviction to residents living in the area.
The project is intended to at least engage the women and the youth in resolving the continued floods disaster that has created havoc over there years destroying crops, evicting households, killing there domesticated animals is meant to provide a sustainable solution for the residents of the Area.
The Honorable member of the County Assembly thanked the former prime minister for his solid contribution in bringing devolution to the people stressing the need for it to be devolved further to the wards.
He said “This initiative will engage at least 100 youth and women in the ward and will act as a pivot for more projects to be launched for the youth and the women”.
He added that the new policy by the Uhuruto government to promote youth and women employment in the country, offering 30% of the total tenders to the youths has opened opportunities to the youth and women.
He urged the youth to continue using their youth groups to engage in self-sustaining projects and activities that can change their lives and their dependents.
A resident of Nyalenda “B” Caren Otieno thanked the office of the ward representative for the initiative and said that she hoped that more of these such initiatives should be encouraged to help bolster idle youth and women while also changing the state of the environment.
She said that the drainage problem they have been witnessing over the years could be resolved by such initiatives and hoped that this would be a start of future projects engaging community members.
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