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  • Without Manufacturing and Industrialization Investments, Tanzania's Development Goals Will Remain Pipe Dreams.

    Posted on :Wednesday , 3rd April 2024

    Tanzania's economic growth and structural transformation are significantly influenced by industrialization and manufacturing, even though they are occurring on a small scale. Since gaining independence in 1961, Tanzania has gone through several stages of industrial development, from import substitution led by the state to liberalization and privatization spearheaded by the private sector.  . . .

  • The Manufacturing Sector in Kenya is Urged by the Government to Adopt Sustainable Production Practices.

    Posted on :Friday , 1st March 2024

    The Kenyan government has issued an invitation to producers to break free from the constraints of traditional manufacturing and create a new paradigm that incorporates circular design principles.


    The Kenya Association of Manufacturers (KAM) in collaboration with the Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA), the Ministry of Environment, Climate Change and Forestry (MoECCF), the R. . .

  • Kenya wants to increase GDP through Manufacturing

    Posted on :Friday , 2nd February 2024

    In order to boost Kenya's manufacturing sector and bring it up to 15 percent of the country's GDP by 2027, the government launched an ambitious strategy.  


    At a consultative meeting organized by the Ministry of Investments, Trade and Industry, Cabinet Secretary Rebecca Miano made a strong case for cooperation and coordinated action on behalf of State Corporations, Agenci. . .

  • At the Africa Green Industrialization Initiative, Kenya Secures $4.48 Billion in Green Manufacturing Transactions

    Posted on :Monday , 4th December 2023

    NAIROBI, Kenya has announced the signing of green manufacturing agreements worth USD 4.48 billion during the opening of the Africa Green Industrialisation Initiative (AGII).


    President William Ruto presided over the event, which included coordination with the COP28 Presidency (UAE) and several other African states.


    The monies, according to Hussein Mohamed, S. . .

  • Kenya Will Receive Ksh 26 Billion from a Chinese Manufacturer of Medical Devices

    Posted on :Wednesday , 25th October 2023

    The Chinese medical device maker through its neighborhood auxiliary Full Care Clinical, said the plant will assist it with growing its dissemination of basic clinical supplies in Sub-Saharan Africa.


    "After broad assessment of business sectors and site areas, we have chosen Kenya and Tatu City as the base for our worldwide extension. We are focused on advancing the advancement. . .


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