Monthly Salaries for Kazi Mtaani Youths; Kazi Mtaani Payment Rates Per Week 2021-2022 , Application Procedure, Requirements and Deadline 2021/2022
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The Government of Kenya via the Steering Committee in charge of national sanitation recently launched the recruitment of new workers and supervisors for the Kazi Mtaani Programme in Mid-November (19).
Since then, the official Kazi Mtaani Application Portal has been a beehive of activities with the Kenyan youth applying for the vacancies to shield themselves from the biting harsh economic realities of life ushered in by the ballooning wage bill, debt and hiking of prices for sugar, petrol and other basic commodities.
This is the third phase of the Kazi Mtaani recruitment exercise and the state housing and urban development department has announced plans of absorbing inexperienced, semi-experienced and experienced youth to take up available positions.
Kazi Mtaani recruitment Portal Now Open
The government, through the Steering Committee of the National Sanitation Program, announced new recruitment of workers and supervisors for the Kazi Mtaani program on Friday, 19 November. Since then, the portal has remained open. Kenyan Youth have got 11 days to tender their interest since the application deadline for Kazi Mtaani jobs 2021-2022 has been set on 30th November 2021.
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Kazi Mtaani Salaries per Week and per month 2021-2022
What most Youth do not understand however is how much they will receive on a weekly basis in form of salaries or stipends for their Kazi Mtaani services.
Successful applicants will Earn a weekly salary amounting to Kshs 4,000. This translates to a monthly stipend of Kshs 20, 000.
As opposed to an earlier contract that the youths had in the just concluded exercise where they were paid Sh.455 Per day Translating to Sh. 5000 in two weeks, this new contract will usher in a better era where successfully recruited youths will pocket Sh. 8000 in two weeks which is a 80% increment from previous stipends
Kazi Mtaani Scope 2021-2022
The state housing and urban development department announced that it is recruiting inexperienced, experienced and semi-experienced youth in the third phase of Kazi Mtaani programme.
Work streams include construction work using appropriate building materials and technologies (ABMT), construction of hostels in selected TVETs, construction work to meet the already stalled economic incentive program market, construction work to remove asbestos roofing in government estates.
During a press briefing, the government promised to ensure a 50-50 gender balance in the programme, as it had done with previous peers.
People with disabilities were also encouraged to apply for opportunities.
The government announced that it would initiate the selection process of those who had registered through a set criteria that would consider the experience, requirements of the projects, availability of projects within a region, vulnerability of the application among others.
Contrary to early contract that the youths had in the just concluded exercise where they were paid Sh.455 Per paid Translating to Sh. 5000 in two weeks, this new contract will see youths pocket Sh. 8000 in two weeks which a 80% increment from previous stipends.
“The selection committee will consist of NGAO, Nyumba Kumi and technical officers from various agencies,” the government said.
In addition, Charles Hinga, principal secretary of the state’s Department of Housing and Urban Development, stressed that the registration process will not be on a first-come, first-served basis.
The deadline for this Application has been set on 30th, November, 2021.
“Please note, the registration period will not close today. We have over a million traffic trying to register,” Hinga said.
The initiative was launched in July 2020 with the aim of improving sanitation and hygiene in informal settlements as well as helping thousands of youth who have been rendered jobless by the pandemic.
During the two groups, youth received extensive training on life experiences such as setting up a business, HIV/AIDS prevention, mental health and counseling, and basic experiences in masonry and carpentry.
Kazi Mtaani Qualifications
This programme is exclusively meant for the Kenyan youth who are currently tarmacking owing to the high rates of inflation.
Therefore one needs a national identification card to qualify.
Kazi Mtaani Application Requirements
Mandatory Application Requirements encompass full name, date of birth,DoB, Disability status, gender etc.
See the image below containing all the application requirements for the 2021-2022 Kazi Mtaani Recruitment Cycle