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LUCY MUCHOKI

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Kenya Agribusiness and Agroindustry Alliance (KAAA) is a private, not for profit membership organization dedicated to strengthening Kenyan agro-industrial competitiveness. Achievable through programs highlighting trade and development potentials, broad issues, which encompass several individual agribusiness sectors and require a “value chain” approach. The alliance has recently partnered with the Ministry of Industrialization, Trade and investment to lead the agro-processing component of the Kenya Industrial Transformation Program (KITP) mandate.

Agriculture in Kenya is represented by state and local agribusiness associations, national farmer and cooperative organizations, and trade/commodity groups. KAAA is the only national private sector group positioned to embrace Kenyan agribusiness and its allied industries, whether in collaborations between private and public stakeholders and among value chain actors at all levels, providing a comprehensive sustainable approaches to increase global competitiveness, or by influencing policies that strengthen agribusiness in Kenya.

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The African Center for Economic Transformation has launched its agriculture chapter and Kenya’s Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries will serve as its champion towards enabling other chapter members realize their goals of furthering the development of agriculture in their countries. The launch was organized by The African Center for Economic Transformation (ACET), the Kenya Agribusiness and Agro-industry Alliance (KAAA) and the Kenya Investment Authority (KenInvest).

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