CREATE | GROW | REACH
Expanding user engagement and reach across Kenya
North & Eastern
dijITali is a network of 500+ digital centers across Kenya ready to become your local solution centres/agents
dijITali is a social enterprise founded in April 2020 to address youth unemployment through digital inclusion. We have 500+ members in 45 counties across Kenya. We support digital centres in 3 ways capacity building, asset financing and creating income opportunities that they would not be able to access directly. Our support is geared towards supporting digital centres to increase and diversify their revenues by tapping into new opportunities and therefore create employment. We also work with B2B clients who are keen on expanding their footprint or capacity into rural and peri-urban areas where we have a wide distribution
In Africa, two thirds of 420 million youth (aged 15-35) are
either unemployed or underemployed and only one in six is in
wage employment. In Kenya, 26% of youth are unemployed,
with 54% in vulnerable employment.
dijITali sees this as an opportunity to innovate by empowering
hundreds of cybercafes to provide these youth with
sustainable jobs, at the same time giving other youth access
to government services, education and job opportunities, and
economic participation through e-commerce.
Our Mission & Vision
To create new, sustainable jobs that will have a significant impact on the economy. dijITali is a social enterprise founded in April 2020 to address youth unemployment through digital inclusion. Our primary focus is digital centres across Kenya. Digital centres are predominantly run by youth and they are the digital enablers on the ground.
Leap of Faith
Evans Barasa – Owner Gwanso ICT Centre (Sigalagala)
“I consider myself very lucky, being a young entrepreneur who had the opportunity to find a partner who has my great interest at heart. I owe everything to the dijITali network for moulding and making me who I am today in the business world. For those …”
Following Your Passion
John Ngugi – Owner Alientech Cyber Cafe (Muranga)
“I joined dijITali because their mission was job creation for the youth. Being only 23 years, I saw an opportunity to grow. The knowledge I have acquired by being part of the network has elevated me from my initial position of “trying out” to a more well-rooted …”
Making the transition from Employee to Entrepreneur
Pamela Wesonga- Owner Teetyrant Cyber Cafe (Busia)
“To say I was unprepared for the challenges that were coming is an understatement, to me, a cyber cafe was the easiest thing to do. That leap of faith nearly made me rethink the whole thing. The heat started coming …”
Rising from a Pandemic
Allan Didack – Owner Blessed Cyber Cafe (Mombasa)
“I had to sell almost everything. To say the least, I found myself with nothing, not sure where to turn to. I tried to close the cyber cafe or give it to someone else to run it, but it seems God didn’t want me to give up, so I encouraged myself that I can make it and I reopened ….”
The journey of starting a business
AndrewNicko Ondoro – Owner BShadoro Cyber Cafe (Ahero)
Everyone dreams of having their own business, the idea of being your own boss, making your own rules and making tons and tons of money sounds like a dream that could potentially come true….”
In The News
Our Partners and Clients
We have a growing set of partners who have utilized the dijITali network to expand user engagement and reach across Kenya.
Do you want to grow your business across Kenya? Would you like to expand your user engagement? You can use our network of >430+ digital centres to grow your business. Email us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
We love working with partners
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