Training 20 people on financial inclusion
Through the department of public policy and administration, The Korean International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) has been training 20 people on financial inclusion.
KOICA funding is supporting the Financial Innovation and Financial Inclusion Policy Research Programme in the Department of Public Policy and Administration.
The training will build capacity of the faculty in carrying out cutting edge research in financial inclusion in the field of agriculture
17 participants are from Kenyatta university, two from the ministry of Agriculture, and one from KALRO
The program will last till 2024 and includes an onsite session in South Korea.
Each session takes 10 days. The 2022 year's session was online due to COVID-19 restrictions.