linkages to NACOs

Linkages between the Co-operative alliance of Kenya (CAK) and the national co-operative organizations (NACOs)

  1. Kenya Co-operative Coffee Exporters (KCCE) is a coffee exporting organization established by the cooperative movement in Kenya to create linkages between the smallholder Kenyan coffee producers and the world market through a consistent, shorter and transparent supply chain. In year 2009, small scale coffee farmers put their synergies together through their cooperative societies and established KCCE to explore end-to-end farming, processing and marketing of their produce and to maximize their return….more..
  2. The Co-operative Bank of Kenya Limited ('the Bank') is incorporated in Kenya under the Company's Act and is also licensed to do the business of banking under the Banking Act. The Bank was initially registered under the Co-operative Societies Act at the point of founding in 1965. This status was retained up to and until June 27th 2008 when the Bank's Special General Meeting resolved to incorporate under the Companies Act with a view to complying with the requirements for listing on the Nairobi Stock Exchange (NSE). The Bank went public and was listed on December 22 2008….more...
  3. The CIC Insurance Group; The Company started off as an insurance agency in 1968 as a department within the Kenya National Federation of Co-operatives (“KNFC”). It was later licensed as a composite insurance company in 1978 to write all classes of business trading in the name of Co-operative Insurance Services Limited (“CIS”). Its target market was the cooperative movement and due to strong support from the co-operatives, it grew steadily… more
  4. The Cooperative University College of Kenya (CUCK) was established under legal notice No.161 of 4th November 2011 as a constituent university College under Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology Act (cap 210E. It replaced the Co-operative College of Kenya which was established through the Cooperative College of Kenya Act Cap 490A of 1996.Since inception in 1952 to date, the college has been a leading institution for co-operatives education, training and research at both national and international level. more...
  5. Kenya Union Of Savings and Credit Co-Operatives Ltd (KUSCCO LTD) is the voice and lobbyists for Savings and Credit Cooperatives in Kenya, we at KUSCCO have been at the forefront of efforts to form and develop strong and viable SACCOs Our key roles at KUSCCO - as the umbrella body for SACCOs - are mainly advocacy and representation. In addition, we offer SACCOs and other cooperatives financial and technical assistance, tailored to largely benefit the middle and low income earners both in Kenya’s rural and urban areas. At KUSCCO, we believe in the strength of unity and have tailored products and services to benefit all the SACCOs and their members in Kenya…more
  6. Co-operative Development Information Center (CODIC) Limited is a co-operative society that was incorporated in Kenya in 1989 under the co-operative society Act, to promote the interest of co-operatives through faster development based on quality . more....
  7. TheNational Cooperative Housing Union(NACHU) is an apex organization made of registeredprimary housing cooperatives. Formed in1979, NACHU works to provide affordable and decent housing to Kenyans within the low and modest income communities. NACHU is registered under the Co-operative Societies Act (Cap 490) and is managed under the internationally recognized co-operative principles. Originally set up as a technical service organization, NACHU became member-driven and controlled by democratic governance structures. Today, NACHU has become a leading organization in the provision of housing micro-finance, capacity building and technical services. Currently in 2011, there are more than 390 housing cooperatives registered with NACHU in seven regions of Kenya….more ...
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