AFRALTI made a significant impact at the Global Conference of Decent Jobs for Youth held in Kigali, Rwanda. As a partner of the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), AFRALTI showcased its dedication to empowering youth in Kenya with advanced digital skills for employment opportunities through an innovative digital learning platform.

By pledging their commitment to the Decent Jobs for Youth initiative, AFRALTI not only demonstrated its support for fostering a skilled workforce but also affirmed its role in promoting sustainable and inclusive economic growth. Through the implementation of a cutting-edge digital learning system, AFRALTI is actively equipping young people in Kenya with the necessary tools and knowledge to thrive in the digital economy.

The impact of AFRALTI’s commitment extends beyond national borders, as it aligns with the broader ILO-ITU joint Digital Skills campaign aimed at reaching 25 million young individuals globally by the year 2030. By focusing on the thematic area of Digital Skills for Youth, AFRALTI’s participation in the conference has catalysed action and heightened the collective efforts to bridge the digital skills gap and create more job opportunities for young people.

The collaborative efforts of AFRALTI, ILO, and ITU underscore the importance of investing in youth empowerment and digital skill development to drive sustainable development and socio-economic progress. By leveraging technology and innovation, AFRALTI is playing a pivotal role in preparing the youth for the future workforce and enabling them to access quality employment opportunities that align with the demands of the digital era.

With AFRALTI’s unwavering commitment to advancing digital skills for youth, the Institute is not only contributing to individual empowerment but also paving the way for a more prosperous and inclusive society.