“Participating in PDTP gave me an insider perspective on the government, which helped me to know my country better. I now know the flagship projects that the government is working hard to accomplish and I am proud to have been part of the success that is being achieved.  I would like to encourage ladies who graduate from university to come out in large numbers and be a part of this programme as it gives great exposure and a lot of inspiration to do more in ICT.”
Purity Joan Sitati, Beneficiary, PDTP 2015

“PDTP represents a change in government in rolling out ICT projects and frameworks and I wanted to be part of the change. Waking up in the morning and going to work in the government is the most exciting for me especially when citizens out there know that you are working for them.”
Alfred Sumukwo Kiprop, Beneficiary, PDTP 2015

“I was honoured to be part of PDTP which gave me a chance to be in the bigger picture of transforming the government. I was able to see and experience what it takes to make government projects implementable and successful to make Kenya a better place. All graduates should want to take part in PDTP so that together we can transform government using our skills. “
Saida Wangui Athman, Beneficiary, PDTP 2015

“Through PDTP, I have learnt a lot working for government and in the public sector especially in areas of user support and training. I am now able to fully appreciate the growth of ICT uptake and its effects, not only in government, but also to the common mwananchi. I encourage graduates to take up the PDTP opportunity because through it, I have seen that the possibilities in ICT in service delivery are infinite.”
Nicholas Nthenge Babu, Beneficiary, PDTP 2015