Kenya remains one of the emerging economies to watch and the largest in East and Central Africa offering enticing investment opportunities for foreign investors.
The Brand Kenya Board together with the Embassy of Kenya will lead a delegation to the Expo who will present investment opportunities in the country. These projects will position Kenya as a unique destination for investment, trade and tourism.
Brand Kenya is an agency which coordinates initiatives for marketing the country in order to maximize its efficiency and maintain the Kenya brand in order to position the country optimally in terms of investment, credit worthiness, tourism and international relations.
You are able to make an appointment with the representatives from Kenya through the matchmaking program: www.nbiexpo.com/registration.
Or participate in the Round Table Trade Sessions for Public Private Partnership Projects, see below.
Private Public Partnership Projects Kenya on offer at NBI Expo 2013
The below projects are on offer in the Kerio Valley of Kenya.
The Kerio Valley is situated in the North Western region of Kenya. Its operational area includes the Counties’ of Baringo, Elgeyo-Marakwet, West Pokot, Turkana and parts of Samburu (North &Central) and Nakuru (Rongai and Molo). The altitude of the region is between 750m – 2200m above the sea level. The region is approximately 80% arid and semi arid with tempratures ranging from 190 -300C. The area is endowed with deep, fertile alluvial soils which range from clay to loam.
The region is served by Eldoret International Airport which is 314 km west of Nairobi city. The road network is accessible from Eldoret to all regions and it is linked to Nairobi and Mombasa cities by the Great North road.
PPP Projects in Kerio Valley:
- Watershed conservation and rehabilitation project
- Hydro-power generation potential investment opportunities
- Mineral Exploitation
- Investment opportunities in Tourism
- Honey Processing
- Commercial building – Nairobi
- Horticulture – Green House
- Heavy machinery and equipments
- Development of slaughter house and meat productions
- Solar power generation (other alternatives)
- Fisheries development
- Development of sport facility
- Investment in forest resources
- Irrigation project
- Total irrigation scheme
If you are interested in participating in the round table sessions organised for the Kenyan PPP projects, please register through www.nbiexpo.com/registration
For more information contact Mr. Jop Thissen: