The event has created an excellent opportunity for jobseekers and establishing a sustainable network for all stakeholders.
It attracted over 38 companies with over 1,800 job seekers.
As a follow-up to Mogadishu Job Fair, we started hosting 12 Career Fairs in 12 cities on the last Thursday of every month. This Career Fair will help many youths and jobseekers make the right career decisions and help them to transcend their career progression ladders.
Many students in Somalia chose courses without proposer consultation or research. Majority of the courses don’t align with their interests, job availability and abilities thereby churning out graduates who are neither passionate nor confident of the career choices. To curb this problem, Hano Academy has organized 12 Career Fairs that will be held in 12 cities.
The Career Fairs provide an avenue to discuss options of educational training that will lead to employment, experts-gap, job opportunities available in different fields and how jobseeker can easily get employment. The Career Fair features CV Surgery, Career Guidance, Networking, Panel Discussions, Guest Speeches and question and answer sessions, among others. It brings together public and private sector, including educational institutions and the academics who provide an insight into how to provide courses that are in line with jobs available in the modern job market, and specifically in their own cities.
Aims and Objective
BaadiGoob is a digital commercial platform which creates profitable market for local small scale and medium size entrepreneurs selling products grown or made locally. Running a small and medium range business in Somalia faces many obstacles, especially for marginalized communities and women entrepreneurs. Therefore, BaadiGoob responds to that unique need and aims to close the opportunity gap for women entrepreneurs and members of disenfranchised communities get access to these competitive markets.
BaadiGoob also established freelancing job opportunities for many job-seekers who are currently unemployed in the country.
Besides working as freelancers, young Somalis can sell, buy or rent homes, cars, household materials, equipment, or other products and services at “BaadiGoob – Connecting the Dots”
Our mission is to unlock the creativity, trading and entrepreneurship power of our people, to strengthen the economy and open opportunities especially to women and disenfranchised communities to drive up growth and prosperity
Our target is Somali business entrepreneurs especially women and members of disenfranchised communities seeking to advertise, market and sell their products and supplying them to potential clients.
We believe in advancing humanity, building trust and providing everyone access to economic opportunities and business solutions for economic growth and human development.
More information, please visit at: www.baadigoob.online
For these students who wish to be self-employed by creating their own business, Hano Academy offers support through it’s Social Innovation Hub which is a business incubator, accelerator and connector for the next generation of innovative business ideas. For more information about Hano Social Innovation Hub, please visit here: KM5, Hodan District, Mogadishu, Somalia
Khibrad Recruitment Agency is a leading recruitment agency which provide complete recruitment solutions, sourcing and supplying quality staff and related human resource consultancy services.
Furthermore, Khibrad Recruitment Agency creates a platform where employers can hire employees everywhere in the world and where the employees can find their dream jobs.
For more information, please visit here: www.khibrad.com
Hano Recruitment Agency only supports those who are still in training or just finished their training and are looking for an apprenticeship, internship or workplace experience.
Apprenticeships involve a system of training student-employees within a particular trade or profession. The apprentice gains practical experience in the program through a detailed training plan. The apprentices will ideally attend their training at Hano Academy and also have their practical training on the job. The theoretical study in a formal setting, regular progress reviews as well as support and mentoring throughout the program. Apprenticeships are ideally paid a wage, although at sub-par rate relative to normal. Once the apprentice finishes their program, they will have the necessary skills and experience to properly enter the job market.
Internship is usually a short-term opportunity that employer offer to potential students or graduates. Furthermore, internship is far less likely to be paid opportunities unlike apprenticeships where there is usually some form of compensation. Internship also tends to focus more on training and practical experience within the context of a company. This would also give the intern work contacts which will expand their networking opportunities. Both of these programs are different methods to acquire work experience, other types workplace shadowing, student placements, volunteering. The most common method of acquiring work experience is simply conventional employment, however unlike the other method there’s a much higher entry requirement to get on the basis if prior experience. As a result, workplace experience is much easier to acquire through the methods and programs.