Students’ Views on Outsourcing

Are you a student from the Kenya School of Professional Studies or the University of Nairobi? If you attended a presentation on Responsible Outsourcing, please post your comments or thoughts below.

We’ll update the site with your audio and photos next week. Thanks for participating!

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5 responses to “Students’ Views on Outsourcing

  1. Hilla

    a beautiful idea though the fear of exploitation should be removed.

  2. I think its a great idea for you guyz to invest coz despite the fact that the american enterpreneurs will get access tto the african market which has beeb barred from attracting popularity due to the wrong perception the outside world has about africa.Its a fact that some african countries are worse but I dont think for example Kenya where I av grown up lies in that group of countries.
    I also think now that I’m in my fourth year doing computer science and jobs down here are not actually a guarantee I will get a chance to market my work to the rest of the world even during the process of getting my job.

  3. Henry Thairu

    It is great to have this avenue to share the great wealth of talent in our african Instittuions of higher learning.The outside world needs to know of this potential of using knowledge workers from the continent of Africa. This will contribute a great deal to eradication of poverty , improved livelihoods , and a blossoming of opportunities for yound people. It will bring hope to many. Let get more insight from the students in colleges and universities in africa and the students graduating without jobs. Ousourcing will produce a great opportuinity of creating jobs for young people in Africa.

  4. Isaac

    This is a really great idea, but fear still holds for starters. We can possibly suggest ways in which starters can be encouraged to venture into this great avenue. Talents are their in higher learning institutions in Kenya and I guess it is a great idea that these talents are tapped into wonderful use.

  5. Isaac Oteyo

    This is a really great idea, but fear still holds for starters. We can possibly suggest ways in which starters can be encouraged to venture into this great avenue. Talents are their in higher learning institutions in Kenya and I guess it is a great idea that these talents are tapped into wonderful use.

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