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The Cooperative Movement in Kenya

The vibrant and dynamic cooperative movement in Kenya – the strongest in Africa – is a key player in the economy, controlling about 43 per cent of Kenya’s gross domestic product (GDP). The Cooperative Societies in Kenya employs more than 300,000 people, besides providing opportunities for self-employment to many more. Savings and credit societies (Saccos), the fastest growing sub-sector in the movement, have mobilised savings of more than Kshs 230 billion. Read more

You can also visit the National Cooperative Housing Union (NACHU)’s website.

Kenya- Semba Tuvike and KiteMoto Housing Cooperatives in discussion with NACHU technical team on their housing project progress

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