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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.
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.
H.E.Deputy President William Ruto presents an award to Mr. William Bii, Regional Operations Manager (Region 6), during the Kisii ASK show. Looking on is Kisii Governor, Mr. James Ongwae. KTDA (MS) topped in the following categories: Best Stand Demonstrating the Application of Environmental Quality Standards, Best Energy Saving and Conservation Sector Stand, Best large Stand (Commercial and Industrial), Best Local Manufacturers Stand, Best Stand Exhibiting Agricultural and/or Earth Moving Equipment. The Agency also emerged second and third respectively in the following categories: Best Local Stand in Strategies of International Trade and Exports and Branch Chairman Commendation.
EAGER TO LEARN...KTDA (H) management trainees being inducted at Jumuia Hotel, Limuru on July 6, 2016. The Agency has recruited 48 fresh graduates to join KTDA (MS)workforce. The trainees, who were selected on a competitive basis, will be on-job-training for two years before being elevated to Production Assistants. The training enables trainees to have comprehensive knowledge and understanding of KTDA (MS) and KTDA (H) business operations while gaining hands-on experience in tea processing.
Peter Munialo (right), Mudete Tea Factory Unit Manager, receives an award for the Best Stand Exhibiting Agricultural and/or Earth Moving Equipment from Busia Governor, Hon. Sospeter Ojaamong on June 17, 2016 during the Kakamega ASK Show. Looking on is KTDA (H) Zone 12 Board Member, Javan Mukavale (centre). KTDA (H) also lead in the Best Stand Embracing Information Technology and Communication System category, Best Stand Demonstrating the Application of Environmental Quality Standards, and emerged second in the Best Small Trade Stand (Commercial & Industrial).