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CS Kariuki insists on teamwork for service delivery in the Ministry
Public Service, Youth and Gender Affairs Cabinet Secretary Mrs. Sicily Kariuki insists on teamwork for service delivery in the Ministry
CS Kariuki signs a Ksh 1.2 billion contract to end Gender Based Violence Nairobi April 21, 2017
Public Service, Youth and Gender Affairs Cabinet Secretary, Mrs. Sicily Kariuki on Friday signed a four year GOK/UN Joint Programme contract worth Ksh 1.2 billion with UN resident coordinator, Siddharth Chatterjee, on Prevention and Response to gender based violence
CS Sicily Kariuki hosts IOM Kenya Country Office Chief of Mission
Public Service, youth and Gender Affairs Cabinet Secretary Sicily Kariuki today in her Harambee House office held bilateral talks with UN- International Organization on Immigration (IOM), Kenya Country Office Chief of Mission Michael PILLINGER who paid her a courtesy call.
CS Kariuki urges Parliament to pass the Two-Thirds Gender-Rule
Cabinet Secretary for Public Service, Youth and Gender Affairs Mrs. Sicily Kariuki has appealed to legislators to pass the two-thirds gender rule when Parliament resumes business on Tuesday 9th May, 2017 after recess.
Relief food distribution Ndaragwa
Public Service youth and gender Affairs Sicily Kariuki accompanied by area MP Waweru Nderitu distributes relief food from The National Government to residents of Ndaragwa Constituency at Ndaragwa town today
3rd batch send off ceremony of 33 Kenyan youth selected to participate in the ABE Masters scholarships in Japan
Principal Secretary Public Service and Youth Affairs Mrs Lilian Omollo during the 3rd batch send off ceremony of 33 Kenyan youth selected to participate in the ABE Masters scholarships in Japan. The initiative was organized by Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA). Since inception of the program a total of 133 youth from Kenya have benefited from ABE scholarships.
Garissa Huduma Centre and Wajir Huduma Centre officially opened by His Excellency Uhuru Kenyatta.
Garissa Huduma Centre and Wajir Huduma Centre officially opened by His Excellency Uhuru Kenyatta. He was accompanied by Cabinet Secretary Ministry of Public Service, Youth and Gender Affairs Mrs. Sicily Kariuki and other local area leaders.
Gatundu South Constituency NYS-Youth Empowerment programme
Gatundu South Constituency NYS-Youth Empowerment programme has been re-commissioned by Cabinet Secretary Mrs. Sicily Kariuki accompanied by area Member of Parliament Moses Kuria, NYS Director General Dr. Richard Ndubai and area Deputy County Commissioner among others
Huruma house disaster victims
Cabinet Secretary Sicily Kariuki today presented donations which included assorted household items and cash to the Huruma house disaster victims from the National Government Affirmative Action Fund. Also present was Nairobi Senator Mike Sonko and Nairobi Women Representative Rachel Shebesh.
Youth Empowerment program at obunga slum, Kisumu Central Constituency
Principal Secretary Public Service and Youth Affairs Lillian Omollo acompanied by Kisumu central MP Ken Obura addresses community youths who are enlisted to take part in the re-launched Youth Empowerment program at obunga slum, Kisumu Central Constituency, Kusumu County where the PS was chief Guest.
Bilateral meeting
Cabinet Secretary Mrs. Sicily Kariuki held bilateral meeting with Hon. Ummy Mwalimu, Minister of Gender, Health and Community Development in Tanzania and Hon. William Muruli Mukasa, Minister Gender, Labour and Social Development in Uganda. In attendance was Hon. Peter Serukamba, Chair of the Parliamentary Committee in charge of Gender issues in Uganda and Deputy Permanent Representative of Kenya Mission in Newyork Ms. Koki Muli. The countries agreed on the need to have a regional initiative to drive the action towards eliminating gender and sexual violence.
2016 Inter-Ministerial Public Symposium at KICC
Principal Secretary Mrs. Lilian Omollo gives a presentation to highlight Ministry's key achievements in the last three years during the ongoing 2016 Inter-Ministerial Public Symposium at KICC.

Western Kenya residents applaud Government for its development record

Western Kenya residents applaud Government for its development record
Shianda, Mumias East March 25, 2017
Residents of Navakholo, Matungu and Mumias East constituencies in Western Kenya have expressed their sincere gratitude to the government under the leadership of President Uhuru Kenyatta for fulfiling its development pledges to them.
The jubilant residents had turned out in large numbers to witness the launching of the National Youth Service (NYS) Youth Empowerment Program presided over by the Cabinet Secretary for Public Service, Youth and Gender Affairs, Mrs. Sicily Kariuki in Navakholo, Matungu and Mumias East constituencies.
The leaders who accompanied the CS during her itinerary in the region included MPs Emmanuel Wangwe, (Navakholo), David Were, (Matungu) and Benjamin Washiali (Mumias East) who pledged their loyalty to the government which they noted had done a lot in terms of development to the residents in the last four years.
The MPs cited infrastructural development such as road network, construction of Technical Training Institutes, Hospitals, and the last mile electricity connectivity as some of the projects they have witnessed.
In her remarks during the launches, CS Kariuki pointed out that the government is harnessing out the potential of the cohorts in its efforts to push for a youth driven economy.
Addressing NYS cohorts, Mrs. Kariuki asserted that they had desirable qualities that could only be used wisely by engaging in production, farming, construction and the entrepreneurial sector among others in the country.
"You have the energy, creativity and passion and you know what you want for your future. You are who we need to drive the economy of our country to the nextlevel as the future belongs to you,” she advised.

Giving life examples of the success stories to the cohorts and resident, the Cabinet Secretary termed the program as having magic touch to its beneficiaries transforming their livelihoods.
Revisiting the challenges that the program had to endure, Mrs. Kariuki appointed the cohorts to be her goodwill ambassadors and defenders of its good work from the detractors who would not like to see them progressing.
“As my goodwill ambassadors I task you with the responsibility to jealously guard this program which is meant to enable you achieve socio-economic empowerment," the CS said in conclusion.

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