The Ministry of industry trade and cooperatives, through its implementing agencies, the EPZA and the Kenya leather development council is developing Kenya’s first Leather Park in Kenanie, Machakos County. The Kenya leather park, set on a 500 acre site, will encourage value addition and innovation towards unlocking economic potential of the leather sector in Kenya. 90% of Kenyas leather export are unfinished wet blue leather. Further processing of finished leather and leather goods will create an additional 35,000 jobs.


Public Private Partnership



Feasibility study

Kenanie, Machakos County