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Kenya will be represented by 300 MSEs from diverse sectors in the upcoming 21st EAC MSME Trade fair

The Maasai are noble and dignified people who have proudly maintained their traditional lifestyle and cultural identity despite

The practice of beadwork in Maasai culture is mainly done by women. These beaded ornaments are used every day

After many months of preparations and engagement and a postponement of one full year due to COVID-19, the

Learn more about programs and initiatives that MSEA is implementing that are aimed to help MSEs in Kenya.

Kariokor market is renowned for its unique African jewellery, curios, decor items, leather goods and fabrics. The market

People Living With  disabilities ( PLWDs)  face obstacles to finding employment or setting up a company, and getting

MSEA has been carrying out a campaign aimed at profiling unique products that CIDCs and worksites across the

The Kenya Micro and Small Enterprises Policy Promoting Micro and Small Enterprises (MSEs) for Wealth and Employment Creation

Menstrual Health Management (MHM) is often overlooked due to inaccurate information on menstruation and the myths and taboos