KEPSA Trains Over 100 Youth to Create Sustainable Businesses from Waste

The Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA) Foundation through Sustainable Inclusive Business (SIB-K); has successfully trained over 100 youth in Tudor informal settlement, Mombasa County on the waste to value concept. The training was part of the COAST Project (Creating Opportunities and Alleviating Poverty Through Sustainable Trade) launched in July; which aims to create awareness on... Continue Reading →

Kenya’s First Producer Responsibility Organization to Promote Proper Waste Management Practices Among Businesses

Kenya Association of Manufacturers in partnership with the Ministry of Environment and Forestry, and Sustainable Inclusive Business under the KEPSA Foundation launches a Business Plan Model for the PRO The Kenya Association of Manufacturers (KAM) in collaboration with the Ministry of Environment and Forestry (MoEF) and Sustainable Inclusive Business under the Kenya Private Sector Alliance... Continue Reading →

Kenya to accelerate the adoption of circular economy

Members of the private sector were challenged during the Circular Economy Conference hosted by Sustainable Inclusive Business to champion and accelerate efforts towards a circular economy by evaluating investment opportunities with a view of maximizing limited resources in the country, while the government is encouraged to develop a solid legal framework that will support the... 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.

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