I have to hide my education to get a job

“Wow – how I got my first job. That’s a long story,” the answer comes prompt from Evelyn Mirie. She has stepped a little away from the rebuilt container, where she works selling sun cell systems which can secure power for many of the households different needs such as television, cell phones and light.

On the other side of the sidewalk the busses and cars are standing still on the road. The traffic in Nairobi, the Kenyan capital is as crowded as the labour market where according to statistics every fourth youth in the East African countries are without work.

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