Lift for Kenyan Occupation Searchers as Qatar Opens labor Office in Nairobi
Qatar has opened a labor office in Nairobi to help a large number of Kenyans who travel to the Gulf country every year looking for occupations.
The kickoff of the new office implies Kenyans trying to work in Qatar will leave the country mindful of their terms of business.
Work Bureau Secretary Simon Chelugui said work searchers will have subtleties like sort of work, compensation, convenience, and other work related issues prior to leaving the country for Qatar.
“With a work office here in Nairobi, Kenyans leaving for Qatar will presently have complete terms of business once they arrive. This will be a takeoff from an earlier time where somebody leaves the country as an expert just to arrive as a house cleaner,” said Chelugui.
The foundation of the workplace came after Qatar looked for consent from the Kenyan government to open a work division in Nairobi as a component of its endeavors to help Kenyans looking for occupations in the Center East country.
Recently, CS Chelugui met with the Qatari Diplomat in Kenya Ibrahim Mohammed Abdulrahman Alabdullah to examine issues concerning work relocation.
“With the foundation of this office, it will decrease a portion of the difficulties confronted, for example, contract replacement, exercises of unregistered organizations/merchants, and cost of enlistment,” added Chelugui.
Kenya and Qatar have additionally consented to mutually build the quantity of talented Kenyan laborers going to Qatar, particularly in the clinical field.