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Community Media Trust implemented the WezeshaDada project under the “Bridge to Employment” pillar of interventions, funded by Johnson & Johnson Corporate Citizenship Trust under DREAMS Innovation Challenge, starting from December 2016 to December 2018. WezeshaDada is a media and ICT training project that puts 90 adolescent girls and young women between 16-24 years of age, in 2 DREAMS districts namely Nairobi and Kisumu in Kenya on a path to succeed, educate others, and reduce new HIV infection through provision of media and ICT skills, internship, entrepreneurship, business support hubs and mentorship.

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