The recruitment of the third phase of the National Hygiene Program dubbed Kazi Mtaani is set to begin today.

According to the Principal Secretary for State Department of Housing and Urban Development, Charles Hinga, individuals  interested in enrolling in the program are required to register themselves through the Kazi Mtaani Management System portal.

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The program will be implemented in over 900 informal settlements across all 47 counties.

The new phase aims at recruiting unskilled, semi-skilled and skilled youths to take take part in the program.

The expanded Phase is aimed at equipping the youth with skills aimed at creating job opportunities and enabling them to engage in self-employment in different fields.

To register in the program log in to the Kazi Mtaani Portal from today midday or use the link to log in.

During the first and second phases of the program, over 280,000 youths were employed from 1,100 informal settlements in the 47 counties

The Kazi Mtaani Program was launched in April 2020 as a local economic recovery initiative and a form of social protection designed to cushion the youth and vulnerable citizens in informal settlements against the Covid-19 Pandemic.

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