The Special Economic Zones Authority, Kenya (SEZA), is a government agency responsible for the establishment of Special Economic Zones (SEZs). SEZA promotes and facilitates international and local investors’ access to the zones by creating an enabling environment for investments. The Kenyan Government has set up public SEZs that include 3,000 acres in Dongo Kundu and 1,000 acres in Naivasha, where investors can acquire long-term leases.

Call for Expression of Interest
The Special Economic Zones Authority is calling for Expressions of Interest from local and international firms interested in investing in either or both the Dongo Kundu and Naivasha Special Economic Zones. Interested firms will be required to lease land for the construction of industrial warehouses/factories on a long-term lease and/or invest in on-site infrastructure.