By Shadrack Nyakoe
Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA) CEO Ms. Carole Kariuki signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Korea Food Tourism Association Kenya.
The MoU was also signed by the Korea Food Tourism Association Kenya representative Mr. Kang Min Su.
The objectives of the MoU are to develop the supply of avocado and coffee cooperative projects based on mutual respect and trust.
The cooperation will avail employment of over 1,000 youths in the sector ranging from the production state, manufacturing, and distribution.
“The agreement we have made today will see the Kenya Private Sector Alliance and the Korea Food Tourism mutually benefit immensely from the project. Distribution of and sales of coffee, Avocado, and product development,” said Ms. Kariuki
The Korea Food Tourism Association Kenya representative Mr. Kang Min Su added that the promotion of business to maintain exchanges and reciprocal relations between the two countries.
The MoU will serve to promote mutual development and common interests of both parties in Kenya and Korea and in this regard, the membership of KEPSA will be appraised of developments on the above objectives for their effective participation.