Ministry of Foreign affairs on securing TSC Teachers jobs abroad

Ministry of Foreign affairs on securing TSC Teachers jobs abroad

Teachers Service Commission is seeking to create job opportunities abroad for thousands of TSC-registered jobless teachers in partnership with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Below is a communication from the Department for Diaspora Affairs on the same. 

Securing TSC Teachers Jobs Abroad

Ministry of Foreign & Diaspora Affairs PS Roseline K. Njogu today met with a delegation from the Teachers Service Commission where they discussed on formulating a policy and regulatory framework regarding teachers' labour mobility to address the increasing demand for Kenyan teachers in Africa and abroad. 

PS Roseline K. Njogu emphasized the importance of the Global Labour Migration Strategy and urged the Commission to work in collaboration with the State Department for Diaspora Affairs as TSC aims to cultivate a globally competitive teaching force.

Guided by its 9-point mandate, Department for Diaspora Affairs in collaboration with other state and non-state agencies is keen on securing job opportunities for Kenyans abroad thus supporting the government's Bottom-Up Economic Transformation Agenda (BETA) by facilitating skills and knowledge transfer. 

TSC was represented in the meeting by Kevin Anyuor (from legal), Dr. Nthamburi Mugwuku (from Teachers Professional Management) and Mr. Benjamin Mainge (from Internal Audit).

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