This year the KABARAK -KIPPRA mentorship program focused on "Kenya’s Potential in Building Back Better in Post COVID-19 to Achieve the Big 4 Agenda". The one-week program attracted participants from various universities including Laikipia University, Egerton University, and Rift Valley Institute of Science and Technology (RVIST). The participants were involved in various activities including easy competition, career talks, performing spoken words, poems, and songs. As part of the training, government opportunities for the youth, mobilisation, National Values, and Principles of Governance were discussed.
The mentorship program aims to build capacity in the public policy-making process among students and staff. Through training, the students are introduced to the policy-making process using case studies such as Vision 2030, Youth Enterprise Development Fund (YEDF), and the National Youth Council (NYC).