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We are pleased to announce that the 7th edition of the Chai Bulletin is now out.

 

Gerishon Njine (centre), a KTDA Foundation-sponsored student at Kiru Secondary School, listens as his mother Lucy Wanjiku chats with KTDA Group Head of Corporate Affairs, Ndiga Kithae (right) when he visited their home for a follow up. The Foundation currently supports 342 students for their secondary school education.

 
Factories managed by Kenya Tea Development Agency (KTDA) are now operating below average following a sharp drop in the amount of green leaf delivered by farmers, with the worst hit areas being Kirinyaga, Nyeri and Embu counties.

A tea farmer (right) has her blood pressure checked during a free medical camp at Rukuriri tea factory in Embu County organised by KTDA Foundation and Taylors of Harrogate, a key tea buyer from the UK. (Photo Courtesy- The Standard)

Kengen Managing Director Engineer Albert Mugo (centre) hands over a trophy to Rosemary Karimi, KTDA Operations Manager (left) and Regina Gitau, Acting Gitugi Factory Unit Manager during the Energy Management Awards on Friday 31st March.

Philip Ng’etich (centre), Vice Chairman of Kenya Tea Development Agency Holdings, receives a plaque from Unilever Procurement Manager, Niaz Tarmahomed, during a Farmer Field School (FFS) graduation ceremony at Kericho recently.

New KTDA factory directors during the Directors' Induction at the Royal Orchid Hotel in Westlands.

More than 85,000 small-scale tea farmers have been trained on sustainable agricultural practices under a Farmer Field School (FFS) programme aimed at improving their output and conserving the environment.

Over 84 per cent of students sponsored by KTDA Foundation, a subsidiary of Kenya Tea Development Agency (KTDA) Holdings are set to proceed to university after an impressive performance at the 2016 Form Four examinations.

Happy new year! Click here to download KTDA (H) 2017 digital calendar. 

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