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Incubation Model

Our Mission

Empowering Kenyans to Sustainably Manage The Environment Through Promotion and Support Of Green Growth.

About Incubation

About Incubation

NETFUND Incubation Program runs for a duration of 2 - 4 years delivered in three phases. It provides an array of business support services for green start-ups to realize their full market potential. The projects are identified through the NETFUND Green Innovations Awards (NETFUND GIA). Through this program, NETFUND supports the Government of Kenya’s ideals of green growth in the Kenya Green Economy Strategy and Implementation Plan (GESIP).

The incubation program grows green businesses by providing them with technical, business and financial support. This holistic provision of support endeavors to strengthen them to survive the intense competition not only locally but also globally. Additionally, NETFUND has established a fully functional incubation centre with office and meeting facilities for use by beneficiaries. The centre also hosts a physical and online resource centre that contains a wide range of material on green growth best practices.

Meet our Incubates

Meet our Incubates

 

Eco Jiko

Alex Kiplimo established Iten Jua Kali from the passion he gained from watching his grandfather work in the ‘jua kali’ sector as a young boy. Kiplimo only managed to study up to class six as a result of his family’s financial struggles. As a grown man however, he needed to have some form of

 

Takawiri

Michael Otieno faced serious challenges in his youth due to lack of money to enable him complete his school. He dropped out of school in form two and enrolled at Kisumu Innovation Centre Kenya (KICK) where he quickly distinguished himself as an outstanding and hardworking young man. 

 

Maa Briquettes

Upon graduating from Kenyatta University, George Mochu found it extremely challenging to find employment in the city. He had always envisioned a white collar job after his Bachelor’s degree in Economics. However, this proved to be a daunting task as he only managed to secure two

 

PAK Briquettes

Paul Kairu identified a gap in the energy needs of many Kenyans and set out to exploit the opportunity. He found that individuals as well as organisations needed a sustainable energy solution. He was also aware that poor waste management contributed to Kenya’s environment degradation.

 

Magiro Mini Hydro Power Plant

Mihuti Village in Murang’a County is like any other village in Kenya. Households still use kerosene lamps for lighting and fuel wood for cooking. Since most residents practice subsistence farming they have low disposable incomes. To meet their

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