Our mission for AFSEA is to provide great insight into the African Sustainable Energy market by bringing companies from around the world together so they may prosper and gain the knowledge needed to expedite the implementation of renewable energy as a significant source of energy.
AFSEA advocate policy development at decision making government level. We also promote understanding of the industry and its potential through tools such as industry events, forums, conferences, newsletters and publications, our objective is to provide access to information that can affect today's clean energy industries as much as tomorrow's world.

The Energy industry is changing at a rapid pace. Accurate, relevant and incisive information for professionals and decision makers is vital. Clean Energy World provides international coverage of the Energy Transition for international key decision makers and policy influencers, highlighting the implications for them. The News site focuses on “providing knowledge and increasing awareness”, and its Directory site lists international suppliers. They are searchable geographically, across sectors and subsectors. Both the News site and the Directory site combine to drive the Clean Energy mission of “disseminating high-quality information connecting the clean energy marketplace internationally”. 

The East African Private Equity and Venture Capital Association (“EAVCA”) was founded in 2013 to represent the private equity industry in East Africa and provide a voice for industry players to raise awareness and engage on regional policy matters. The association offers training with more localized content, targeting junior team members. Furthermore the Association offers networking opportunities for members and the wider investment community and captures industry data and statistics.


The Emerging Market Investor's Association (EMIA) is the world’s first and only not-for-profit Emerging Market organization, dedicated to advancing the industry as a whole and representing the combined interests of investors and investment professionals across asset classes.

Kenya Flower Council is a voluntary association of independent growers and exporters of cut-flowers and ornamentals, formed in 1996, to foster responsible and safe production of cut flowers in Kenya with due consideration of workers welfare and protection of the environment. 

Kenya Flower Council administers compliance through an internationally accredited Certification Scheme on good agricultural practice, sustainability, social accountability, hygiene health and safety, capacity building, environmental protection and conservation, adherence to which is the backbone of all council activities. 

The Certification Scheme and Quality Management Systems are accredited by SANAS for Kenya Flower Council as a Certification Body (C49), in accordance with ISO/IEC 17065 and benchmarked to other codes such as GlobalGap, Fair Flowers Fair Plants (FFP), Tescos Nurture, KS- 1758 Horticultural Standard.

The Kenya Renewable Energy Association (KEREA) is an independent non-profit association dedicated to facilitating the growth and development of renewable energy business in Kenya. Amongst its key roles are promoting the interests of members of the renewable energy industry among government, public sector, the general public and any other organizations that may impact on the development of the industry; and the creation of a forum for the dissemination and exchange of information and ideas on matters relating to renewable energy development and utilization in Kenya.