Browse through educative and informative articles published by the KAM team
Sun, 29 Aug 2021
Climate change is widespread, rapid and intensifying. These are the findings of this year’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Report released earlier this year.
The report further highlights that we are already witnessing these changes, through incidences such as a rise in sea levels, longer hot seasons, shorter cold periods, changes in rainfall patterns, heat waves in some regions as well as melting of snow, glaciers and ice, among others.
Sun, 08 Aug 2021
There is a sense of pride, for a country and its citizens, in attaining self-sustenance and economic independence. Central to this is a competitive local industry, producing goods for its domestic and export markets.
Since before independence, Kenya's manufacturing sector has continued to produce unique, authentic and high-quality products for local, regional and global markets. It is through these products that we have made a mark in the world, and risen into a regional beacon through job and wealth creation
Tue, 27 Jul 2021
Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) are creators and innovators, generating new ideas, and developing the most interesting concepts. They contribute to communities’ unique identities and are the lifeline of any country’s economy, through job creation and as a stepping stone to achieving shared prosperity.
Tue, 13 Jul 2021
Local manufacturers led by Kenya Association of Manufacturers last week went on a trade mission to Tanzania, following the meeting between H.E. Uhuru Kenyatta and H.E. Samia Suluhu two months ago. The mission organized in partnership with the Confederation of Tanzania Industries yielded promise, hope and a positive turning point for the two countries.
One thing stood out; trade relations between the two countries can flourish given sustained political goodwill and mutual understanding between businesses.
Wed, 30 Jun 2021
The demand for steel is increasing in the country, as government-driven infrastructural development, and commercial and residential buildings surge.
Steel is a core piece of the modern economy. It is used as a paradigm to gauge the overall economic status of a country, as well as an indicator of the investments dedicated to infrastructure and subsequently, a measure of developmental progress and stability.
Wed, 23 Jun 2021
Illicit trade is a longstanding issue, growing in scope and magnitude and derailing economic development. It not only threatens the welfare of consumers but also erodes the market share of genuine manufactured products, threatens the expansion of industries, and hampers the creation of job opportunities.
Tue, 08 Jun 2021
The World Environment Day this year came to us with a message of hope - we are the generation that has the knowledge, ability, and resources to make peace with nature. We are ‘Generation Restoration’, the people who can reverse the damage done to the planet and begin a journey of healing the earth. This year, governments, civil societies, private citizens, and businesses have been urged to get active as we come together for a Decade of Ecosystem Restoration for achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Tue, 25 May 2021
Women entrepreneurs can transform the lives and livelihoods of communities and enhance the economic wellbeing of any society.
The resilience of women in entrepreneurship and business does not go unnoticed. It is their agility to overcome archaic beliefs and tough situations that have proven their worth in establishing a stronger and more sustainable impact on societal progress.