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National Impact of Jua Kali. Enterprises – 2.7 million; Employees in Jua Kali – 5.6 million; Number employed by 70% of Jua Kali – 1 GDP contribution – 18% Jua Kali Composition: Manufacturing13.4% Trade64.3% Services14.8% Others 7.7%. Government Intervention.

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National impact of jua kali

National Impact of Jua Kali

  • Enterprises – 2.7 million;

  • Employees in Jua Kali – 5.6 million;

  • Number employed by 70% of Jua Kali – 1

  • GDP contribution – 18%

    Jua Kali Composition:

  • Manufacturing13.4%

  • Trade64.3%

  • Services14.8%

  • Others 7.7%


Government intervention

Government Intervention

  • Reduction in cost of doing business;

  • Micro and Small Enterprises (MSE) Act 2003;

  • Mainstreaming of MSE into wide economy through linkages;

  • Private Sector oriented Business Development Services (BDS);

  • Improving access to market, business information, land and infrastructure;

  • Promoting entrepreneurship and gender equity;

  • Technology adoption, transfer and diffusion; and

  • Reduction in formal and informal barriers.


The south africa kenya collaboration

The South Africa – Kenya Collaboration

  • Skills transference via a bilateral training and development intervention within the building blocks of NEPAD;

  • Cross border trade;

  • Sharing of Jua Kali’s work ethic of dedication and resourcefulness to young South Africans;

  • Cross transfer of South Africa’s marketing, entrepreneurial and general management skills; and

  • Upliftment of standard of living and self-esteem via sharing of experiences and broader life skills.


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