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ICDL Accredited Center, Zetech University, as part of it's CSR activities provides Digital Skills Training to prisoners and prison staff from various prisons all over Kenya.

Hundreds of inmates and prison officers graduated with fundamental skills in Information Technology. The Education program is run by the University in conjunction with the Kenya Prisons Service. The initiative aims to equip learners with relevant computer training for the job market and entrepreneurial world.

A total of 123 graduates from five prisons were awarded certificates by the Uninversity at a colorful graduation ceremony held at Nairobi Remand and Allocation Maximum security prison.

The initiative, which has made huge impact and seen over 600 inmates benefit from program, saw 106 inmates and 17 staff members from the Kamiti Maximum, Nairobi West, Kamae Borstal, Langata Women Maximum and the Nairobi Remand and Allocation Security Prisons from the graduating class of 2017 after successfully undertaking the Digital Skills training.



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