There’s far between the available job postings in the East African countries and even with a degree, it’s difficult to get through. As a result, many youths are counting on starting their own businesses to secure a job and a salary they can live off.
There are thousands of little sheds with three walls and a tin roof top, when driving through the East African countries Tanzania and Kenya. The little kiosks or Dukas, as they are called in Kiswahili, sell everything from cold Coca Colas to fresh eggs and they are one of the many proofs that the desire to become an entrepreneur in the two countries is so big.
One of the young Tanzanians, who has also tried her luck with creating her own business is 26-year old Irene Que from Tanzania’s capital Dar es Salaam.
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