Future Bora is an initiative of the Government of Kenya under the Kenya Youth Employment and Opportunities Project (KYEOP). It aims to support transformational organizations that expand economic opportunities for vulnerable youth in Kenya. By supporting interventions that are tailored to the local and highly specific needs of the most vulnerable youth, the initiative aims to expand economic opportunities for the most vulnerable and under-served Kenyan youth. The initiative will support the 3 winning organizations to scale their interventions through grant funding of KSH 40 Mn for each paired with advisory & mentoring support. Interested organizations can apply to this before 15th Dec. 2020.
The Future Bora Initiative is implemented by the Ministry of ICT, Innovation and Youth Affairs (MIIYA) and funded by the World Bank. Intellecap Advisory Services is the management firm for this initiative.
Further details on the eligibility, application process and timelines are available on the Future Bora Initiative website.
The virtual launch for the Future Bora Initiative will take place on 22nd October from 11 AM to 1 PM EAT.
Thank you for your interest in attending the virtual launch of Future Bora Initiative, presented by the Government of Kenya, through its Kenya Youth Employment Opportunities Project, funded by the World Bank and managed by Intellecap.
The virtual launch event for Future Bora will take place on 22nd October from 11 AM – 1:00 PM EAT.
If you have already registered for the event earlier, there is no need to register for the event again. The link and the login details for the event will be sent to you on the email ID which you use for registering. Stay tuned!
For any queries, please write to email@example.comTime: 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM EAT / 4:00 AM – 6:00 AM EDT
Pre-cooling and first-mile cold chain infrastructure enable fruits and vegetable-exporting agribusinesses to secure trading of highly sensitive fresh products. It allows high quality and extended shelf life, while also increasing profit by optimizing logistics, such as accessing sea freight, which takes more time but significantly lowers costs.
The webinar will provide a rich discussion about pre-cooling and cold chain of sensitive crops, nurturing the discussion by featuring the case of an agribusiness in Zimbabwe and their trade partners. In 2019 the company acquired InspiraFarms technology for developing an on-farm pack-house with cold storage, pre-coolers and a finished product cold room, expected to store 200 mt annually of export quality beans and berries to Europe and to other regions.
The company has experienced positive impacts in product quality, reduction of shrinkage and increased shelf-life that has allowed them to not be limited to air-freight, by integrating sea-freight in their trade logistics, with positive impacts on operational costs as well.
Time: 5:00 PM in Nairobi / 10:00 AM EDT