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We are David, Marie, Carlijn, Mark and Michelle and follow a master's degree at the faculty of Industrial Design at TU Delft and we all have a passion for social entrepreneurship. In the coming 5 months we are committed to the KenyaVision social project with the aim of reducing high unemployment among young Kenyans! Watch our video to meet our team! Every year about 900,000 Kenyans graduate while only 100,000 jobs are available annually. This means that there is a huge gap between employment and the number of young people in Kenya looking for work. Our partner, Proportion, is actively reducing this gap by creating an entrepreneurial mindset among the local youth. Last year, eight Kenyan youths had the opportunity to become Vision Agents through the Proportion training courses. These eight Vision Agents are now trained to perform eye tests and make personalized glasses for local Kenyans using a special toolkit designed by TwoBillionEyes. Our goal is to create a sustainable business model for both the current Vision Agents and all Vision Agents who will be trained in the future. For this, we are going to Kenya for ten weeks to speak with local stakeholders so that we can develop this business plan with the aim of building a thriving business. With this basis, the Vision Agents can develop into successful entrepreneurs and unemployment belongs to the past! We need your support! With your contribution you make it possible for the Vision Agents to become successful entrepreneurs and thereby support the battle against unemployment in Kenya. Provide the Kenyan youth with a future with a job by donating and sharing!
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19-06-2019 | 21:57 To: A future with a job for the Kenyan youth