MEDIA PARTNERS and COLLABORATORS 

EDARABIA: WWW.EDARABIA.COM

Edarabia.com is the Middle East's largest education site; enabling students, parents and teachers to compare and select the right institutions. The site was launched in 2005 (formerly as IQEA.org) and has become a trusted source in the field of education. Visitors to the site can follow the latest industry news, upcoming events, job listings, research updates, compare college ratings and add reviews. Edarabia.com covers all levels of education including but not limited to universities, colleges, schools, nurseries, language institutes, training academies, music schools, online universities and much more.

CLOCATE: WWW.CLOCATE.COM

Clocate.com is a leading international directory for worldwide conferences and exhibitions. Clocate.com is equipped with a unique and comprehensive search that helps you find easily any event in any category or location. Each event includes detailed information, like, description, dates, location, map, prices, link to the official event's website and more... 

If you search for a conference or exhibition in areas such as Industry and manufacturing, Health and medicine, Technology and IT, Business and finance, sciences, education, services (banking, insurance, tourism, Hospitality and more), government, environment, life style and arts, you'll find it in Clocate.com.

 

KEPSA: WWW.kepsa.or.ke

KEPSA is the private sector apex and umbrella body set up in 2003, to bring together business community in a single voice to engage and influence public policy for an enabling business environment. The Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA) is a limited liability membership organization.

With current membership of over 100,000 direct and indirect members organised through Business Membership Organizations and Corporate members, KEPSA is a key player in championing the interests of the Kenyan business community in trade, investment and industrial relations.

KEPSA’s Vision is to be a world class private sector apex body. The primary Mission is to ensure year- on- year improvement in the overall business environment for Kenya by working together with the Government and other stakeholders.

 

KAM: www.kam.co.ke

Established in 1959 as a private sector body, Kenya Association of Manufacturers (KAM) has evolved into a dynamic, vibrant, credible and respected business association that unites industrialists and offers a common voice for businesses.

KAM is a representative organisation for manufacturing value-add industries in Kenya. It provides an essential link for co-operation, dialogue and understanding with the Government by representing the views and concerns of its members to the relevant authorities. 

In pursuit of its core mandate of policy advocacy, KAM promotes trade and investment, upholds standards, encourages the formulation, enactment and administration of sound policies that facilitate a competitive business environment and reduce the cost of doing business.

   

KPSA: www.kpsa.co.ke

The Kenya Private Schools Association (KPSA) was founded in 1994 by visionary owners in the then well-established private schools in Nairobi and other parts of the country. Currently the association is represented in 38 county branches across the country.

KPSA is representative body and voice of private education in Kenya. Besides being a liaison with relevant Government ministries and departments on matters affecting Education provision in the country, KPSA promotes the establishment, growth and good management of private schools by provision of useful and relevant information.

KPSA also provides interactive and constructive forums for investors in education and stakeholders to network, benchmark, share experiences and best management practices in the Education sector. 

   

KUCCPS: www.kuccps.net

The Kenya Universities and colleges Placement Service (KUCCPS) is a corporate body established under the Universities Act 2012 to succeed the Joint Admissions Board (JAB).

The Service is governed by the Placement Board. In the performance of its functions, the Placement Board seeks to promote equity and access to university and college education, by among other things, developing criteria for affirmative action, for the marginalized, the minorities and persons with disabilities. 

The placement Board also seeks to establish a criteria to enable students access the courses for which they applied taking into account the students' qualifications and listed priorities. Notwithstanding any other provisions of this Independent Part, a university or college may independently admit students to its programmes in accordance with its approved admissions criteria.

   

HELB: www.helb.co.ke

The Higher Education Loans Board, HELB, is the leading financier of higher education in Kenya. It is a State Corporation under the then Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology. HELB was established by an Act of Parliament (Cap 213A) in 1995.The mandate of the Board is to disburse loans, bursaries and scholarship to students pursuing higher education in recognized institution. HELB provides affordable loans bursaries and scholarship to Kenyans pursuing higher education. Key among the responsibilities of the Board is sourcing funds, establishing, managing and awarding loans bursaries and scholarships to Kenyans pursuing higher education in recognized institutions. Through the Act, the Board has been able to recover funds loaned out to Kenyans in the past.

   

JA KENYA: www.jakenya.org

Junior Achievement Kenya is the country's largest and fastest growing non-profit organization with a mission of inspiring and preparing young people to succeed in a global economy. We do this by providing key hands on experiential programs that equip the youth with these skills to succeed in work and life.

JA helps young people in high school appreciate and better understand the role of business in our society with the support and guidance of volunteer consultants from the local business community.  It provides basic economic education for high school students by organizing and operating an actual business enterprise, students not only learn how businesses function, but they also learn about the structure of free enterprise system and benefits it provides.  JA Company Program is a 15-week course and is recommended for High School students. This program is designed to inspire and nurture entrepreneurship skills, financial skills and work readiness skills amongst the youth. The program also augments school-based, work-based and connecting activities for communities with school-to-work initiatives.

 

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