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Rachel Chebet Ruto

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Background Information

Employment History

Joywo Ltd Co


MD

Vast Inc.


Affiliations

JOYFUL WOMEN ORGANIZATION

Founder


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Mrs. Rachel Ruto speaks at a Panel on Women in Technology (WIT) Academy
Mrs. Rachel Ruto speaks at a Panel on Women in Technology (WIT) Academy


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Mrs. Rachel Ruto speaks at a Panel on Women in Technology (WIT) Academy
Mrs. Rachel Ruto speaks at a Panel on Women in Technology (WIT) Academy


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Deputy President William Ruto's wife, Rachel, (right) inspects a greenhouse at Kabulwet farm in Uasin Gishu County.
The organisation's founder, Mrs Rachel Ruto, says she came up with the idea to help women in her rural home access money to start businesses. By recognising the interests of women in rural areas, the group has helped its members grow their ventures into large-scale investments and access markets. "Our objective as women should be to use every opportunity available to engage in income-generating activities which can uplift our living standards. This can be done if we embrace table banking," said Mrs Ruto. Mrs. Rachel Ruto speaks at a Panel on Women in Technology (WIT) Academy Mrs. Rachel Ruto speaks at a Panel on Women in Technology (WIT) Academy Mrs. Rachel Ruto speaks at a Panel on Women in Technology (WIT) Academy Mrs. Rachel Ruto speaks at a Panel on Women in Technology (WIT) Academy


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Addressing over 2,000 JOYWO members from Nandi and Uasin-Gishu Counties in Eldoret town, Rachel Ruto, wife of Deputy President William Ruto said adequate supply of safe drinking water is one of the major prerequisites for healthy life.
Mrs. Rachel Ruto speaks at a Panel on Women in Technology (WIT) Academy Mrs. Rachel Ruto speaks at a Panel on Women in Technology (WIT) Academy Mrs. Rachel Ruto speaks at a Panel on Women in Technology (WIT) Academy Mrs. Rachel Ruto speaks at a Panel on Women in Technology (WIT) Academy


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Mrs. Rachel Ruto speaks at a Panel on Women in Technology (WIT) Academy
Mrs. Rachel Ruto speaks at a Panel on Women in Technology (WIT) Academy Mrs. Rachel Ruto has pledged to seek out support from institutions of higher learning and development partners to get more scholarships for women in technology related courses to bridge the huge gap between the number of women and men in technology. Mrs Ruto was responding to questions when she appeared as a panelist last night at a Women in Technology (WIT) Academy graduation Forum driven by Safaricom aimed at advancing Women in Technology from the classroom to the Boardroom. Early this year she said, she had mobilized more than a hundred scholarships from Malaysia and was expecting more from several other countries she had approached. Asked what she was doing to promote the number of women in agribusiness, Mrs. Ruto told the participants at the event that through the Joyful Women Organization (JOYWO) she had been able to link women groups in agriculture growing various high value crops to markets both locally and overseas. She explained that membership to Joywo had grown and the Organization to which she is patron was now present in eleven counties across the country. "We have ensured that all women groups realize good returns on their investment in agriculture by exploring and linking them directly to the market", she explained saying this was enabling them realize high value returns and has saved them the problem of middlemen and brokers. During the Forum that brings together women in technology related careers both within and across the industry to grow and mentor them 30 girls undertaking (IT) programs from various Universities and institutions graduated from a three month mentorship program by Safaricom Information Technology (IT) engineers and by CISCO partners in various countries through telepresence. The graduates were called upon to believe in themselves and were reminded that to succeed, confidence mattered as much as competence. Mrs. Ruto called upon them to consider pursuing jobs at the county level as we'll so that they could help advance the absorption of IT in more areas particularly in the development of applications that could accelerate development. Mrs. Rachel Ruto speaks at a Panel on Women in Technology (WIT) Academy Mrs. Rachel Ruto speaks at a Panel on Women in Technology (WIT) Academy


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