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STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS FOR MSES EMPOWERMENT

In an effort to drive the growth and empowerment of Micro and Small Enterprises (MSEs) across the nation, MSEA has been proactively establishing strategic partnerships and fostering collaborations. These initiatives are set to create a significant impact on the development of MSEs, elevating them as a vital force within the national economy.

A recent milestone in this endeavor was marked by a courtesy visit paid by MP Moiben Constituency Hon. Prof. Phylis Jepkemoi Bartoo, to the DG/CEO MSEA, Mr. Henry Rithaa. The purpose of this interaction was to deliberate on areas of partnership that could further bolster the development of MSEs in Moiben and its environs, aligning with the Bottom Up Economic Transformation Agenda. Several key discussions were at the forefront of this meeting, reflecting the commitment of both MSEA and Hon. Prof. Phylis Jepkemoi Bartoo to uplift and strengthen the MSE sector. These discussions included: Hustler Fund Group Loan, Infrastructure Development in Moiben, MSE Sensitization and Formalization, Affordable Housing Project, Capacity Building, Provision of Common User Facilities, among others. The collaboration between MSEA and Hon. Prof. Phylis Jepkemoi Bartoo signifies a shared vision for a vibrant MSE sector that contributes significantly to the country’s economic fabric.

Both parties have committed to engaging continuously to ensure that the growth trajectory of MSEs remains sustainable and impactful. Through these kinds of collaborations, MSEA is solidifying its role as a catalyst for positive change in the MSE landscape.

MSEA DG/CEO meeting with MP Moiben Constituency Hon. Prof. Phylis Jepkemoi Bartoo

PARTNERSHIPS FOR MSE EMPOWERMENT

Building upon its commitment to drive economic growth and inclusivity within the Micro and Small Enterprises (MSE) sector, MSEA is actively fostering strategic partnerships. MSEA DG/CEO Henry Rithaa held a consultative meeting with a delegation from the Women’s Economic Empowerment Hub, led by Hub Leader Prof. Wanjiku M. Kabira.

The meeting aimed to explore potential collaborations to enhance support for the MSE sector, with a specific focus on women-centric businesses. Deliberations revolved around several critical areas, encompassing access to credit, information and technology linkage, capacity enhancement, entrepreneurship and research, market connections, and mentorship prospects.

MSEA DG/CEO meeting with a delegation from the Women’s Economic Empowerment Hub, led by Hub Leader Prof. Wanjiku M. Kabira

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