The key objective of the Foundation is to initiate interventions that improve the welfare of small holder tea farmers in Kenya through strategic partnerships in areas of education, health, economic empowerment and environmental conservation.
News and Highlights
Environment Champion, Enock Mutai, a Standard 5 student at Chebirirbei Primary School in Kericho County, proudly shows off his adopted guava tree to the Regional Manager for Region 5 Mr. Charles Managana and James Mutai the Assistant Sub-County Forester, West Kericho.
Pupils from Kiamugo Primary School in Gatundu South Constituency plant trees in their school compound during a tree planting exercise organized by Theta Tea Factory in conjunction with KTDA Foundation on July 16th, 2018.
Field Service Coordinator Ikumbi Tea Factory, Steven Mburugu (right), having a light moment with some of the participants from Irigu-ini Primary School, who took part in KTDA Foundation’s environment conservation competition held on 5th March 2019.
A section of students listening keenly to a speaker during our annual KTDA National Tea Scholarship Mentorship Programme held at Sports view Hotel Kasarani on 15th – 20th August 2016.
Community members registering for the medical camp that was held at Kiptagich Health Centre in Olenguruone Tea Factory Catchment on 14th – 16th June 2018.