As part of our endeavour to grow the economy through industrialization, Kenya Association of Manufacturers is engaging political leaders during this pre-election period with the aim of sharpening the focus on the economic agenda of this country in their political party manifestos.
The National Assembly adopted a report (attached) by the Committee on Environment and Natural Resources recommending suspension of the gazette notice – banning the use, manufacture and importation of plastic bags on 30th May 2017.
Kenya Association of Manufacturers launched the first ever Women in Manufacturing Programme on 18th May 2017 in Nairobi. This is a mentorship and networking platform aimed at increasing the participation of women in the manufacturing sector as part of the drive to industrialize for a stable and sustainable economic future for Kenya.
KAM participated in the Ministerial Conference on Agriculture and Nutrition data workshop in Naivasha from 3rd to 6th May 2017 with the objective to develop concept notes on the various thematic topics to be discussed during the Global Open Data for Agriculture and Nutrition (GODAN) Conference.
Agence Française de Développement (AFD) in partnership with Kenya Association of Manufacturers (KAM) held a high level workshop on Sustainable Use of Natural Resources and Energy Finance Programme (SUNREF) East Africa on 28th April 2017 to discuss among other things, the opportunities and challenges of SUNREF since its inception in Kenya in 2011.
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The Kenya Association of Manufacturers wants your company to live up to its full potential. That’s why we provide direct technical assistance and training to growth-oriented manufacturing SMEs, keeping you at the top of your game always.