The HORTI-GREEN project aims to foster the adoption of SCP practices in the Kenyan horticultural processing industry in order to support the transformation towards an inclusive green economy which generates growth, creates jobs and reduces poverty. The action is specifically aimed at equipping the stakeholders with the necessary knowledge and tool to promote and adopt SCP practices and seize green economy opportunities. The action was awarded a grant under the Switch Africa Green Programme.

Sectors of activity
Water, Energy, Food & Beverage

Type of initiative
Capacity Building & Implementation, Education & Awareness Raising

Type of lead actor
Civil society

Start date
01/01/2018

End date
30/06/2020

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Marion Villacampa

Project manager

FundaciĆ³n Sustalde

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Objectives

The overall objective of the action is to foster the adoption of SCP practices in the Kenyan horticultural processing industry in order to support the transformation towards an inclusive green economy which generates growth, creates jobs and reduces poverty. Linked to this objective, the indicators established to assess its achievement are as follows:

- 5% increase in jobs in the horticultural sector by the end of the action (2021).
- 5% increase in the contribution of the horticultural sector to the GDP by the end of the action (2021).

To attain this overall objective, the action is specifically aimed at equipping Kenyan Horticultural Processing MSMEs, eco-entrepreneurs and business service providers with the necessary knowledge and tools to promote and adopt SCP practices and seize green economy opportunities.

The action will be executed in 42 months through a multipronged approach based on 3 axes of action coupled with transversal activities to ensure an adequate visibility, management and monitoring of the action, as well as an efficient cooperation with the SWITCH Africa Green Network.

Activities

As collected through the One Planet Reporting

No activities have yet been reported under this initiative

Impact and Results

Result 1- Kenyan Horticultural Processing MSMEs engaged in resource-efficient production
Result 2 - Enabled business environment and enhanced access to finance for SCP-related investments
Result 3 - Increased demand for sustainable processed horticultural products and the up-scaling and replication of successful SCP practices

Next steps and how to get involved

Open for consultancy services on SCP practices in processing food sector, on EMS training and on consumer awareness campaign.

For more information on the project or on open calls, please contact the coordinator Ms. Idoia Unzueta at idoia@sustalde.org