MSEA Resources

MSEA Products

Bunifu Technologies 


We are a nexus of engineering and programming and since inception we have developed more than 50 products ranging from mobile, desktop, web and engineering solutions and tools.  Contact: http://bunifu.co.ke/



Kiondos From Karakor. contact +254 711 536 487

Herbal Garden

Herbal Garden off Kasarani Mwiki Road. contact: herbalgarden.co.ke +254 719 731 654 

Detergent From Coast

Detergent From Coas . Contact Elizabeth +254 722 230 538

 Hashash Women Empowerment

Hashash Women Empowerment (products:Food & Beverages ) from Eastleigh. Contacts: +254 (0) 724 287 934

Millies Designs

Millies Designs for your perfect African Atire. Contacts +254 720 762 037/ 733 238 827

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MSEA Strategic Plan 2013-2017

This first Strategic Plan articulates the shared Vision, Mission, Core Functions, Policy Priorities, Strategic Objectives and Resource requirements of the Micro and Small Enterprises Authority for the years 2013-2017. In developing this Strategic Plan, we have recognized the Authority’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. Similarly, MSEA has been able to fully appreciate some of the underlying challenges facing the sector. In realizing its Vision and Mission, the Authority is guided by its mandate, key result areas and 

strategic objectives which also take into consideration the environment under which the Authority operates.

To actualize the strategies and activities outlined in this document, the Authority shall continue to engage key stakeholders. Our collective undertaking is to re-dedicate ourselves to the important task of successfully implementing this Strategic Plan. The operational processes will be reviewed continuously to provide any necessary strategic adjustments.

The formulation of this Strategic Plan was made possible through the contributions and consultations with our stakeholders. The Board of Directors and Management constituted themselves to the Strategic Planning Committee. They played a major coordinating role and generated valuable information. We profoundly acknowledge the professional input provided by the Kenya School of Government Consultants; Mr. Mathew Malinda, and Mr. Humphrey Mokaya for the strategic oversight throughout the formulation process.

To all our stakeholders who contributed either directly or indirectly to the successful preparation of the Strategic Plan, we thank you most sincerely and encourage you to partner with us in its implementation.


Patrick Z. K. Mwangi

Chief Executive Officer




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Procurement/Tenders Portal


The Government of Kenya has received financing from the International Development Association (IDA) to finance the Kenya Youth Employment and Opportunities Project (KYEOP). The Kenya Youth Employment and Opportunities Project is a Government of Kenya Project funded and implemented in collaboration with the World Bank. The project aims at increasing employment and earnings opportunities for targeted youths by providing training, business financing and relevant labour market information.

The main beneficiaries of the proposed project will be youth between 16 and 29 years of age, who are without jobs and have experienced extended spells of unemployment or who are currently working in vulnerable jobs. The level of education of targeted beneficiaries will be up to Form 4. At the same time the project will support catalytic interventions for job creators who will in turn create jobs for the primary beneficiaries.

Micro and Small Enterprises Authority (MSEA) is implementing Component 2 which deals with "Support for Job creation". For the Project to be effectively implemented, the Authority wishes to recruit one (1) Non-Technical Support Staff, whose Terms of Reference (TORs) are annexed below.

Deadline: 5.00 p.m. on Wednesday, 13th September, 2017

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MSEA Policies

MSEA plans to:-

  • Formulate and review integrated policies and programmes to address vertical graduation of MSEs to address the phenomenon of the “missing middle” in the MSE sector.
  • Formulate mechanisms for Coordinating and harmonizing various public and private sector players and initiatives to facilitate integration
  • Develop and implement an integrated Monitoring and Evaluation System of MSE’s policies, programmes and activities.
  • Coordinate policies for identification and protection of innovations for Commercialization. 
  • Adopt and domesticate global best practices to rejuvenate the sector.


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About Us

The Micro and Small Enterprise Authority (MSEA) is a new state corporation established under the Micro and Small Enterprise Act No. 55 of 2012. The Act was developed through a stakeholder’s consultation process which took several years. The Authority is now domiciled in the Ministry of Industrialization and Enterprise Development.

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  • GEN. LINES: +254 (20) 3340006 / +254  700 666000 +254 (0) 770 666 000
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  • Website: www.mseauthority.go.ke
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