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        Dr. David Kiarie Mburu - Tea Board of Kenta Chairman

        Dr. David Kiarie Mburu
        Chairman

        We exist to regulate, develop and promote the tea industry and connected purposes. We will provide the required leadership in designing suitable plans and strategies that will contribute to high and sustainable socio- economic development of the tea industry. We will ensure that Tea Board of Kenya has a credible strategic plan and activities that will deliver the desired goals.

        We will perform our responsibilities diligently, effectively and efficiently to support the achievement of the national development agenda as espoused in the Kenya Vision 2030 while keeping in mind the Board’s Strategic Objectives:

        1. To enhance competitiveness of the tea industry for job and wealth creation;
        2. To enhance compliance to the Tea Act, 2020, Tea Regulations and Tea Standards;
        3. To boost growth and productivity in tea;
        4. To enhance market access and integration into global value chains;
        5. To promote good governance along tea industry institutions;
        6. To strengthen Tea Board of Kenya Institutional framework to effectively deliver on its mandate.

        Tea Board of Kenya Management is firmly commitment to quality service guided by observance of the rule of law, professionalism, integrity, accountability, teamwork, customer focus, efficiency, impartiality, public participation, respect of human dignity through equity, social justice, inclusiveness, equality, human rights, non-discrimination and protection of the marginalized.

        1. In carrying out our duties, we intend to
        2. Implement reforms to revitalize the performance of the tea sub sector;
        3. Support realization of the "Big Four" and other Government development agenda;
        4. Enhance competitiveness, accountability and transparency along the tea value chain;
        5. Enhance market access of Kenya tea product in the export markets;
        6. Strengthen technological and innovation capabilities in the tea sub sector;
        7. Maintain order in the tea sub sector.
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        Peris Mudida
        Chief Executive Officer

        Tea production for the month of June 2022 recorded a significant drop of 6.73 Million Kgs from 50 Million Kgs in May to 43.27 Million Kgs. However, production was within the seasonal average output usually recorded in the month of June.

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