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Massive Infrastructure Investment

Kenya envisages a massive upgrading and extension of the country’s infrastructure.

The Kenyan government is actively seeking bids to improve and expand  infrastructure networks, domestically and across East Africa to improve trade flows in the region

Infrastructure development projects are It is expected to open up significant trade opportunities within East and Central Africa.  The Lamu Port and South Sudan Ethiopia Transport (LAPSSET)  has opened up a new corridor for increased trade opportunities with Kenya’s northern neighbors of South Sudan and Ethiopia


A new trade route is under development to increase regional integration and trade

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High Prospects for Growth

Kenya’s massive infrastructure investment presents great opportunities for investors focused on the sector

Construction material and equipment

The ongoing development by Kenya Airports Authority to build a shopping mall, hotel, business zone as well as a commercial passenger terminal at JKIA creates an opportunity to provide equipment and materials to successful bidding companies

Port infrastructure

The development of Lamu into a regional port is expected to result in a cross-sector abundance of opportunities for the construction of rail, roads, airport, housing and utilities infrastructure

Residential Housing

The National Housing Corporation, as the principal implementing agency of the Government housing policy, has put in place a programme of facilitating interested investors to help realize the current objective of building 150,000 housing units per year


Multi-sectoral opportunities are expected from the development of the new Lamu Port South Sudan Ethiopia Corridor project

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