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GreenBiz Entrepreneurs undergo Business Mentorship

Everyone says that SMEs are the engines and driving force of Kenya’s development and economy, but few understand what it means to build and sustain SMEs. What it means to navigate technical, legal, and financial challenges to stay afloat. These were the sentiments of the Chief Executive Officer of Kenya Climate Innovation Centre, Mr. Joseph

ClimateLaunchpad 2023 Application Closing…Soon!

Do you have a green business idea and want to take it to the next level? Do you wish to be part of the solution to climate change-humanity’s greatest existential threat? Then this competition is for you! ClimateLaunchpad is the world’s largest green business ideas competition, premised on the belief that innovation and invention can

KCIC and AWF Forge Partnership Towards Climate Action

The Kenya Climate Innovation Centre (KCIC) and African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) have signed a five-year Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) towards targeted climate change interventions in Kenya and Africa at large. The interventions will include thematic areas such as environmental conservation and sustainability, biodiversity conservation, community empowerment, outreach and training on enterprises, gender equality and equity,

KCIC and Bungoma County Forge Partnership to Drive Agribusiness Innovation and Sustainable Agriculture

Kenya Climate Innovation Center (KCIC) recently welcomed His Excellency Kenneth Lusaka, the Governor of Bungoma County, for a visit to our national office. This visit marked an important milestone in the partnership between KCIC and Bungoma County as we explore possibilities of working together to promote agribusiness entrepreneurship, address food security, reduce poverty, and create

Meet the 2022 Vijana na AgriBiz National Competition Winners

Vijana na AgriBiz National Competition intends to advance resilient and sustainable climate adaptation strategies in the African continent. This challenge hopes to open up new economic prospects for creative, youth-owned businesses and get a new generation of Kenyan youth and women to shift to a sustainable, climate-resilient future. The Call for Application, launched in August

Innovation fighting malnutrition among children wins youth competition

According to a report by UNICEF, in Kenya, more than a quarter of children under the age of five, or two million children, have stunted growth and suffer from malnutrition. If not addressed, this could have devastating long-term effects, including diminished mental and physical development and, in extreme cases, death. Over the years, malnutrition has

Vijana na AgriBiz National Competition- Supporting youth to lead a climate resilient ient future

The Vijana na AgriBiz competition seeks to foster innovation in agricultural practices, build the capacity of local entrepreneurs, especially the youth and women, promote an innovative entrepreneurial culture in agribusiness, enhance local and international awareness of innovative agribusiness practices, create market linkages, offer opportunities for scaling up and identify support for high-growth agribusiness entrepreneurs contributing

CLP Kenya National Finals set for 30th August

The finalists for the 2022 Kenya Climate LaunchPad competition are officially set to square off on August 30, 2022, for the top three positions in this year’s contest. The contestants will compete on a virtual platform hosted via Zoom by Kenya Climate Innovation Center (KCIC), where guests can register to watch the live pitching. The finals will also be

Youth in Agriculture set to benefit from Vijana na AgriBiz Competition

Kenya Climate Innovation Center (KCIC) has launched a call for applications for the Vijana na AgriBiz Competition under the AgriBiz program. The competition aims to identify and support the youth’s viable and high-growth innovative agribusiness ideas. The program will help agripreneurs establish sustainable businesses through capacity building, mentorship, market linkages, and financing.  The call for

KCIC conducts training of trainers on the 4K Clubs Programs

One hundred and one 4K Clubs patrons from Uasin Gishu, Bungoma, Kisii, Meru, Isiolo, Kiambu, Kisii and Kilifi are the beneficiaries of a one-week workshop organized as from 4th to 8th July, to provide the participants with competencies for effective establishment, management and sustainable vibrant 4K Clubs across the counties. The workshops were held in