Tackling Youth Unemployment in Kenya through Sustainable Waste Management

Abdul Said Konde is a youth resident in Tudor informal settlement in Mombasa County. Like thousands of other young people across the country, he is not formally employed and the Covid-19 pandemic has made it even harder to access manual jobs. To him, there lies a gold mine in the waste around his community, one... Continue Reading →

KEPSA Launches a Project in Mombasa, to Alleviate Poverty Through Sustainable Trade

Through Sustainable Inclusive Business, KEPSA’s newly launched project aims to empower women & youth in Mombasa’s Tudor informal settlement; by creating opportunities to generate income through sustainable trade The Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA) Foundation through Sustainable Inclusive Business; launched an innovative and comprehensive project that will support youth and women in Mombasa to gain... Continue Reading →

The Power of Business Partnerships, Amid the Covid-19 Crisis in Kenya

The coronavirus pandemic has given us a chance to critically look at our economic structure, appreciate its strengths and weaknesses and partner for the betterment of our society. We all have a role to play, and the private sector is laudably stepping up, using creativity, innovation, agility and long-term systemic thinking to provide practical support to both the government and the society at such an unprecedented time.

Logistics challenges facing eCommerce in Africa

By Josephine Wawira A truck stuck in mud in Buikwe, Uganda - Adam Jan Figel According to Euromonitor, the world’s fastest growing economies by 2030 will be in Africa. This consequently makes the continent the next big e-commerce market. And as this positive narrative continues to place Africa as a top investment destination, the need... Continue Reading →

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