President William Ruto’s assertion that Kenya boasts the best human capital in the world, as rated by the World Economic Forum, highlights the country’s commitment to nurturing a skilled and diverse workforce.
This accolade serves as a testament to Kenya’s continuous efforts in fostering education and professional development.
The World Economic Forum’s recognition reflects positively on Kenya’s education system, producing individuals equipped with the knowledge and skills demanded by the global market.
The emphasis on education has contributed to the country’s ability to produce a pool of talent capable of excelling in various fields.
Kenya is a country that has invested heavily in its human capital, the economic and professional potential of its citizens.
According to the World Economic Forum, Kenya ranks first in the world in terms of maximizing and leveraging its human capital endowment.
This means that Kenya has achieved high levels of learning and employment outcomes across five distinct age groups, from childhood to old age. Kenya’s human capital success is based on several factors, such as improving access to quality education, expanding vocational and technical training, enhancing health and nutrition, and fostering innovation and entrepreneurship.
Kenya has also benefited from its demographic dividend, the increase in economic growth that results from a larger share of working-age population relative to dependents.
This human capital advantage offers a unique opportunity for businesses, enterprises, and investors who are looking for skilled and talented workers in various fields and sectors.
Whether you need engineers, bankers, investment managers, or any other professionals, you will find them in Kenya. We have a diverse and dynamic workforce that can meet the demands of the global market and the challenges of the 21st century.
More to this, Kenya a regional hub for transportation, finance, and trade, with a strategic location and a stable political environment. Kenya has a vibrant private sector that drives economic growth and innovation, supported by sound macroeconomic policies and a conducive business climate.
Kenya is also a leader in digital technology, with a high penetration of mobile phones and internet, and a thriving ecosystem of start-ups and social enterprises.
The country is therefore an attractive destination for anyone who wants to tap into the potential of its human capital and its economic opportunities.
Kenya is a country that is open for business, ready for partnership, and committed to development.