CSR Projects

Education | Environment | Worthy Initiatives

Water Boreholes

Provision of boreholes in areas prone to water shortage during dry spells within catchment. DL Group - Ikanga Tea Company (Tanzania)

CSR Projects

  • EATTA Extends Support to Kenya Cerebral Palsy Support Group with Diaper Donation


    In a heartfelt gesture, the East African Tea Trade Association has contributed to the well-being of the Kenya Cerebral Palsy Support Group by donating a significant quantity of diapers to support children and individuals with cerebral palsy.

  • Kabitungu Junior Secondary School


    The Board of Management, Teachers, Parent and Students of Kabitungu Junior Secondary School had requested for funding through Bureti Tea Factory Ltd to support the stocking of their junior secondary school classrooms with desks and chairs. The student population stands at 50, most of which were using furniture that was damaged beyond repair. The estimated cost of a desk and chair had been estimated to be around 5000ksh or thereabout thus their total request was for 250,000 kshs. This school supports various under privileged children. These are the children of small holder farmers in Kericho county, and contribution will go a long way to facilitating their education.

  • AGC Baby Center


    The AGC Baby Center fronted by Kuresoi Tea Factory Limited. This is a charitable institution that exists to rescue babies between the ages of 0-4yrs old who have been abandoned, orphaned, or are facing violence and offer them a temporary home before they are adopted into homes or placed into foster care. The institution relies entirely on donations from churches and well-wishers for the provisions of the needs of these babies. Most of these children come from the tea growing areas of Kericho, Bomet and Nakuru and regrettably, some have been found abandoned in the tea plantations of these areas.

  • Education Sponsorship


    Through Hatua Network continue to pay school fees for Abubaker Mohamed now in Form 3, based on Committees’ approval in 2019 to cater for his entire Secondary School fees.

  • Food - Mji wa Salama Children's Home


    Foodstuffs for the Children’s Home.

  • Water - KTDA Foundation Ltd


    Provision of a water tank and harvesting facility for a school then KTDA will contribute tree seedlings as part of the wider water and conservation programme.

  • Education - Tea Association of Malawi


    Support under pillar of education.

  • Education - Uganda Tea Association


    Uganda Tea Corporation Limited received a donation of USD 1,200 from EATTA. The funds were used to procure scholastic materials for pupils in the company operated primary schools.

  • Water Boreholes


    Provision of boreholes in areas prone to water shortage during dry spells within catchment. DL Group - Ikanga Tea Company (Tanzania)

  • Adopt a Fruit Tree Initiative


    Adopt a fruit tree initiative, KTDA Foundation Ltd (Targeting two schools at Kiru Tea factory in Muranga County (Kenya), plant about 300-400 fruit trees which will protect the environment, boost nutrition and improve education.



    To ensure that the children have a safe and clean environment in which to carry out their studies, EATTA partnered with SDZ CHA SARL of Mozambique to repair and maintain the government run school on the property.

  • Educating Abubakar Mohamed


    Meet Abubakar Mohamed, a 15-year-old boy, born and raised in Mwembe Tayari, Mombasa. He comes from poor background and during primary school, it was not uncommon for him to go a whole day at school without eating. Despite the hardships of lacking basic necessities and cruelty of Mombasa crowded neighborhoods, he never gave up on learning.

  • Prothem Usine S.A – Gisozi Tea - Burundi


    EATTA partnered with Prothem Usines S.A of Burundi who selected to work with Transformed to Transform the Nations Children’s Home of Hope Orphanage at Ruziba, Bujumbura Rural Province, Burundi. Among its projects, TTN has established the Home of Hope Children’s Orphanage, whose main objective is to provide the less privileged, vulnerable orphaned children with a family setting. 

  • Mji wa Salama Children's Home


    EATTA continues to partner with Mji was Salama Children’s home. This is an institutional care centre under the Child Welfare Society of Kenya which was started in 1970. It caters for orphans, abandoned neglected children of jailed parents, abused children both defilement/battered cases, HIV and Immigrants.

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