Kenya is the world’s forty-seventh largest country after Madagascar. It is a part of East African countries. This country has got good importance in last decade. Kenya’s economy has seen good growth and development due to government policies, government tenders and foreign direct investment.
Industries like agriculture, construction, real estate, small scale manufacturing companies, tourism, and IT sector has seen great growth in Kenya. Kenya is said to be next hub for IT and food industry in Africa.
Tourism: Kenya’s Tourism has exhibited steady growth in most years since independence, and hence it contributes to almost 61% to the GDP of its country. Tourists, the largest number being from Germany and the United Kingdom, are attracted mainly to the coastal beaches and the game reserves, notably, the expansive East and West Tsavo National Park. Tourism is now Kenya’s largest foreign exchange earning sector followed by flowers, tea, and coffee.
Agriculture: Agriculture is the second largest contributor to Kenya’s gross domestic product (GDP), after tourism. The principal cash crops are tea, horticultural produce, and coffee. These crops are grown in the fertile highlands, one of the most successful agricultural production regions in Africa. Horticultural produce and tea are the main growth sectors and the two most valuable of all of Kenya’s exports. Government on regular basis is floating tenders online in Kenya related to agriculture and its products.
Kenya’s flower industry is rapidly growing. It is recorded to have the highest growth in both volume and value of all horticultural products, including fruits and vegetables. It is also one of the oldest and largest sectors, maintaining an average growth of 20% per annum after its rapid expansion in the early 1990s.
Africagateway is one of the online portals which help you provide information on tenders in Kenya, projects taking place there and online information on tenders of other countries.