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KTDA CEO Lerionka Tiampati (centre), KETEPA Head of Sales and Marketing Edwin Bii (right) and Trade activation co-ordinator Franklin Nyamweya receive the overall First Runners Up trophy during the Tea Packers' Awards Kenya 2017. KETEPA also won Best in Product Marketing Award.

CHAMPIONS! KTDA (MS) Region 6 team won in seven categories; including first position in five categories among others; 'Best Local Stand in Strategies of International Trade and Exports', during the just concluded Kisii ASK Show.

Region 5 team with the trophies won during the just concluded Nakuru ASK Show. KTDA(MS) won five trophies, including first position in two categories: 'Best local manufacturers stand (consumable)' and 'Stand that best interprets current show theme (Agricultural based)'.

KTDA(Holdings) Chairman Peter Kanyago (second from left) receives a Corporate Sustainability Champion award from Rainforest Alliance (RA) President Nigel Sizer in New York. Looking on is KTDA(H) director Samuel Tonui (right) and Ana Paula Tavares, RA executive vice president.

Devolution Cabinet Secretary Mwangi Kiunjuri (second from right) hands the trophy for Best Large Trade Stand- Commercial and Industrial to KTDA’s Region 4 manager Charles Manegene (left) and Kionyo Tea Factory chairman Bernard Kiruja during the Meru Trade Fair (show).

Dr. Juliana Mbuthia in a consultation session with Rev. Moses Wambugu during a Kiru Tea Factory medical camp organised by KTDA Foundation held in Kiambuthia, Murang'a County.

POWERED UP!!! Gura hydropower station is now up and running. The 5.8MegaWatt station is supplying power to four factories: Iriaini, Chinga, Gathuthi and Gitugi. The cheaper power will reduce the factories' energy costs, while excess power will be sold to the national grid, earning farmers more income.

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.
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