MBITA Trade and Investment with AGOA Countries
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MBITA TRADE AND INVESTMENT WITH AGOA COUNTRIES
Raising Awareness of Kenyas Opportunities
Kenya: What makes it compellingObservations and Reasons to Explore OpportunitiesTravel to Kenya: Our TourQuestions
Kenya: What made it compellingContinuing exploration of opportunitiesObamamaniaModel the activity Kenyas overall diversity geographic, social, economic, ethnic
West AfricaEducation, hospitality, tradeBrazilArts NicaraguaEducation, health careSouth AfricaEducation, tradeCubaArts, educationMexicoEducationPrior Experience and Outcomes
Our TourLuxury tourSafarisFive star resortsArtsGolfLocal cuisineMade possible by Custom Africa Toursmahinda@catsafaris.com(510) 760-2294Contact with experts and entrepreneurs in the following areas:TourismMarketingMediaManufacturingCommunity servicesEducation
Envisioning the Future: Obamamania!
Wildlife SafarisKenyas National Parks: Mt. Kenya, Lake Nakuru, Masai Mara, Amboseli, TsavoWest
Five Star Hotels and ResortsSerena Safari LodgesMara, Amboseli, KilaguniNairobis NorfolkMombasas Serena Beach
Observations: OpportunitiesTechnologyFibre optic cable to reach Kenya coast in a fortnightWork done by communities it will benefitAgricultureDistributorship opportunitiesImproved truckingCooperative marketsCommunity The most promising thing we observed Thriving and focused on education Green energyRecyclingSolar manufacturing, training, installation and maintenanceMethane gas from animals for cookingSmall scale model for large scale in partnership with IndiaEducationInstitutions committed to vocational trainingTwo year college training
Observations: Challenges Workforce training and development City migration Employer development Under-utilization of talent Awareness of resources to address these issues
Opportunities to VisitAGOA 2009 ForumNairobi, August 3-7, 2009Kenyatta International Conference CenterSecure ICT 2009 ConferenceNairobi, September 8-9, 2009Laico Regency Hotel Focus: Preparing for rapid technology changeFor more information: http://secureict.co.keEmail: email@example.comJoin us in September firstname.lastname@example.org
East Africa CommunityRepublics of Kenya, Uganda, the United Republic of Tanzania, Republic of Burundi and Republic of Rwandawidening and deepening co-operation among the Partner States in, among others, political, economic and social fields for their mutual benefitworking towards the establishment of a Common Market by 2010subsequently a Monetary Union by 2012 and ultimately a Political Federation of the East African States.
*************The realization of a large regional economic bloc encompassing Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda with a combined population of 120 million people, land area of 1.85 million sq kilometres and a combined gross domestic product of $ 41 billion, bears great strategic and geopolitical significance and prospects of a renewed and reinvigorated East African Community.The regional integration process is at a high pitch at the moment. The encouraging progress of the East African Customs Union, the enlargement of the Community with admission of Rwanda and Burundi, the ongoing negotiations of the East African Common Market as well as the consultations on fast tracking the process towards East African Federation all underscore the serious determination of the East African leadership and citizens to construct a powerful and sustainable East African economic and political bloc.
EAC Quick Facts Area: 1,850,000 sq. km Population: 125 million (2007 est.) GDP: $41 billion EAC Headquarters: Arusha, Tanzania First established: 1967 Re-established: July 7, 2000 Main languages: English, Kiswahili, French Current chairman: H.E. Paul Kagame Secretary General: Amb. Juma Mwapachu