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Manufacturing Africa Supports Kenya’s Steps Towards Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) Regulation

Manufacturing Africa Supports Kenya’s Steps Towards Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) Regulation

The Ministry of Environment and Forestry (MoEF) has been in the process of developing Kenya’s first Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) regulation. Such regulations have been developed and implemented across the world from as far back as 15 years ago. EPRs are based on the polluter pays principle with each producer having to pay a fixed amount per weight of product released into the market to cover the costs of collecting and recycling that product.

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Shape Kenya’s Post-Covid-19 economic recovery

Shape Kenya’s Post-Covid-19 economic recovery

The Government of Kenya’s list of priorities for the country’s recovery after COVID-19 included identifying opportunities in priority manufacturing sub-sectors to build regional and global manufacturing competitiveness, improving the business environment and investment climate, strengthening the Investment Promotion Agency (IPA) and other MoITED institutions, accelerating the development of industrial parks, and driving a green recovery agenda to create a more sustainable economy.

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Restructuring capital to respond to COVID-19

Restructuring capital to respond to COVID-19

OPAL requested Manufacturing Africa’s support to:

  • Structure the deal to resolve the financing requirements in the best possible way for stakeholders
  • Review the Information Memorandum to include information and the transaction structure and other investor-focus areas.
  • Preparing shareholders and directors for meetings with potential investors to increase the likelihood of closing the deal.
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Meet Our Kenya Team

Gillian Pais

Country Lead

Eliud Njoroge

Country Coordinator