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AgriBiz is aimed at accelerating the engagement of women and youth in the agribusiness sector. The programme which is funded by the European Union and Danida at a cost of KShs. 5.1 billion aims at supporting 2,400 women and youth-led agribusiness enterprises across Kenya. We welcome youth and women in agribusiness in different parts of Kenya to apply for incubation into AgriBiz. Kindly click on the Business Incubation Hub (BIH) nearest to you and apply there. Applying in a county that is too far from your enterprise will lead to automatic disqualification.

The County Government of Bungoma, one of the eight select counties has the vision of being “A hub of diversity and socio-economic development” and plans to achieve this by harnessing all potentials of the county through inclusive participation and collective responsibility to generate wealth for sustainable socio-economic development. Bungoma’s agricultural sector comprises six subsectors - crops, livestock, fisheries, irrigation, cooperatives, forestry, and lands - and employs such factors of production as land, water and farmer institutions (cooperatives, associations). More about the County can be read on bungoma.go.ke.

KCIC is placing a call for applications to enroll women and youth Agribusiness entrepreneurs from Bungoma, Busia, Vihiga, Kakamega, Siaya and Trans Nzoia into the program. Successful applicants benefit from agribusiness entrepreneurship opportunities available within their localities as well as the other services offered within the BIHs.

Please read and understand the Agribiz Call for Application Program Guidlines. Click here to download and read.

Click here to proceed with the application.

Manual applications are also accepted.
Click here to download and print the application form
Duly filled forms can be dropped at Mabanga ATC every Monday to Friday between 8AM-5PM.


Application Deadline is 20th November, 2020

The County Government of Meru has the vision of being “A Green United Prosperous Model County” and plans to achieve this by facilitating sustainable development and wealth creation in the County through commerce, technological innovations and industrialization that leverages on their skilled human resources, agriculture, wildlife, bio-diversity and cultural heritage.

The County is endowed with abundant natural resources and diverse ecosystems which includes large-scale tracts of forest. Meru’s soils and climatic conditions of Meru County favor the growing of crops such as wheat, potatoes, millet, sorghum and maize. Key cash crops include tea, coffee, bananas and miraa. Groundnuts as well as different varieties of legumes, vegetables and fruits also do well. Residents also practice livestock production, poultry farming, apiculture and aquaculture. More about the county can be read on meru.go.ke.

KCIC is placing a call for applications to enroll women and youth Agribusiness entrepreneurs from Meru, Laikipia, Tharaka Nithi, Nyeri, Kirinyaga and Embu counties into the program. Successful applicants benefit from agribusiness entrepreneurship opportunities available within their localities as well as the other services offered within the BIHs.

Please read and understand the Agribiz Call for Application Program Guidlines. Click here to download and read.

Click here to proceed with the application.

Manual applications are also accepted.
Click here to download and print the application form
Duly filled forms can be dropped at Kaguru ATC every Monday to Friday between 8AM-5PM.


Application Deadline is 20th November, 2020

The County Government of Kiambu has the vision of being “the most recognized, modernized and well-organized county with equal opportunities and high standards of living for all” and plans to achieve this by improving the standard of living and welfare of its citizens, by promoting effective governance structures, providing quality services through public participation, equitable distribution of resources and fiscal responsibility.

Kiambu County is divided into four broad topographical zones covered by three broad categories of soils which are: high level upland soils, plateau soils and volcanic footbridges soils. High level upland soils are conducive for livestock keeping and growth of various cash crops and food crops such as tea, coffee, horticultural products, pyrethrum, vegetables, maize, beans, peas and potatoes. Low fertility soils are sandy or clay and can support drought resistant crops such as soya beans and sunflower as well as ranching. Volcanic footbridges soils are well drained and suited for cash crops like coffee, tea and pyrethrum. More about the county can be read on Kiambu.go.ke.

KCIC is placing a call for applications to enroll women and youth Agribusiness entrepreneurs from Kiambu, Nairobi, Muranga, Nakuru and Nyandarua counties into the program. Successful applicants benefit from agribusiness entrepreneurship opportunities available within their localities as well as the other services offered within the BIHs.

Please read and understand the Agribiz Call for Application Program Guidlines. Click here to download and read.

Click here to proceed with the application.

Manual applications are also accepted.
Click here to download and print the application form
Duly filled forms can be dropped at the office of the Director of Agribusiness, Kiambu County Government Headquarter Offices, Kiambu


Application Deadline is 20th November, 2020

The County Government of Kisii has the vision of being “A prosperous county with high quality of life for its citizens” and plans to achieve this by creating wealth for its citizens, enhancing value addition, entrepreneurship, public participation, and decision making.

Kisii County is characterized by a hilly topography with several ridges and valleys. 75% percent of the County has red volcanic soils (nitosols) which are deep in organic matter. The rest of the County has clay soils which have poor drainage (phaezems) red loams, and sandy soils. In the valley bottoms, there exist black cotton soils (versions) and organic peat soils (phanosols). The growth of cash crops such as tea, coffee, pyrethrum banana, avocado and subsistence crops such as maize, beans, millet, sorghum and potatoes are supported by the red volcanic soils. In addition to this, dairy farming, poultry, apiculture and aquaculture form part of the agricultural economic activities practiced in the region. More about the county can be read on kisii.go.ke

KCIC is placing a call for applications to enrol women and youth Agribusiness entrepreneurs from Kisii, Nyamira, Kericho, Kisumu, Migori, Homabay, Bomet and Narok counties into the program. Successful applicants benefit from agribusiness entrepreneurship opportunities available within their localities as well as the other services offered within the BIHs.

Applications for this BIH are currently closed

On March 6th 2020, the European Union, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark (Danida), the African Development Bank (AfDB) and Kenya Climate Innovation Center (KCIC) launched the AgriBiz Programme aimed at accelerating the engagement of women and youth in the agribusiness sector. The programme which is funded by the European Union and Danida at a cost of KShs. 5.1 billion aims at supporting 2,400 women and youth-led agribusiness enterprises across Kenya. It is projected to create of 17,000 job opportunities. It addresses key challenges that hinder youth and women from tapping into the immense potential in the agricultural sector.

AgriBiz is being implemented jointly with eight selected county governments but also benefits the regional economic blocks within these counties. Business Incubation Hubs (BIHs) have been set up within these eight counties. The BIHs provide training, business advisory and financing to enable women and youth to gain the requisite skills needed to scale their agribusinesses.

KCIC is placing a call for applications to enrol women and youth entrepreneurs into the programme. Successful applicants benefit from agribusiness entrepreneurship opportunities available within their localities as well as the other services offered within the BIHs.

Applicants from Machakos, Makeuni, Kajiado, Kitui counties are invited to apply into the Machakos BIH.

Applications for this BIH are currently closed

On March 6th 2020, the European Union, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark (Danida), the African Development Bank (AfDB) and Kenya Climate Innovation Center (KCIC) launched the AgriBiz Programme aimed at accelerating the engagement of women and youth in the agribusiness sector. The programme which is funded by the European Union and Danida at a cost of KShs. 5.1 billion aims at supporting 2,400 women and youth-led agribusiness enterprises across Kenya. It is projected to create of 17,000 job opportunities. It addresses key challenges that hinder youth and women from tapping into the immense potential in the agricultural sector.

AgriBiz is being implemented jointly with eight selected county governments but also benefits the regional economic blocks within these counties. Business Incubation Hubs (BIHs) have been set up within these eight counties. The BIHs provide training, business advisory and financing to enable women and youth to gain the requisite skills needed to scale their agribusinesses.

KCIC is placing a call for applications to enrol women and youth entrepreneurs into the programme. Successful applicants benefit from agribusiness entrepreneurship opportunities available within their localities as well as the other services offered within the BIHs.

Applicants from Uasin Gishu, Nandi, Elgeyo Marakwet, Baringo, Turkana, West Pokot counties are invited to apply into the Uasin Gishu BIH.

Applications for this BIH are currently closed

On March 6th 2020, the European Union, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark (Danida), the African Development Bank (AfDB) and Kenya Climate Innovation Center (KCIC) launched the AgriBiz Programme aimed at accelerating the engagement of women and youth in the agribusiness sector. The programme which is funded by the European Union and Danida at a cost of KShs. 5.1 billion aims at supporting 2,400 women and youth-led agribusiness enterprises across Kenya. It is projected to create of 17,000 job opportunities. It addresses key challenges that hinder youth and women from tapping into the immense potential in the agricultural sector.

AgriBiz is being implemented jointly with eight selected county governments but also benefits the regional economic blocks within these counties. Business Incubation Hubs (BIHs) have been set up within these eight counties. The BIHs provide training, business advisory and financing to enable women and youth to gain the requisite skills needed to scale their agribusinesses.

KCIC is placing a call for applications to enrol women and youth entrepreneurs into the programme. Successful applicants benefit from agribusiness entrepreneurship opportunities available within their localities as well as the other services offered within the BIHs.

Applicants from Kilifi, Mombasa, Taita Taveta, Kwale, Lamu, Tana River counties are invited to apply into the Kilifi BIH.

Applications for this BIH are currently closed

On March 6th 2020, the European Union, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark (Danida), the African Development Bank (AfDB) and Kenya Climate Innovation Center (KCIC) launched the AgriBiz Programme aimed at accelerating the engagement of women and youth in the agribusiness sector. The programme which is funded by the European Union and Danida at a cost of KShs. 5.1 billion aims at supporting 2,400 women and youth-led agribusiness enterprises across Kenya. It is projected to create of 17,000 job opportunities. It addresses key challenges that hinder youth and women from tapping into the immense potential in the agricultural sector.

AgriBiz is being implemented jointly with eight selected county governments but also benefits the regional economic blocks within these counties. Business Incubation Hubs (BIHs) have been set up within these eight counties. The BIHs provide training, business advisory and financing to enable women and youth to gain the requisite skills needed to scale their agribusinesses.

KCIC is placing a call for applications to enrol women and youth entrepreneurs into the programme. Successful applicants benefit from agribusiness entrepreneurship opportunities available within their localities as well as the other services offered within the BIHs.

Applicants from Garissa, Wajir, Mandera, Marsabit, Samburu counties are invited to apply into the Isiolo BIH.

Applications for this BIH are currently closed