To register 1 million Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) in the next three years.
Kenya’s Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) contribute approximately 40% of the GDP ($39.536 Billion) with the majority falling in the informal sector.
While there are about 7.41 million MSMEs in Kenya, only 1.56 million are licensed whereas 5.85 million are unlicensed. (Source: The Focus on SMEs is a welcome Intervention By Phyllis Wakiaga) https://kam.co.ke/the-focus-on-smes-is-a-welcome-intervention/ .
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To promote Access to Justice to all Kenyans. Article 48 of the Constitution of Kenya 2010 requires the State to ensure Access to Justice for all persons and, if any fee is required, it shall be reasonable and shall not impede Access to Justice. Sheria Online users can access our vast legal Network of Advocates of the High Court of Kenya.
To promote Access to Legal Information to all Kenyans. Article 35 of the Constitution of Kenya 2010 provides that every citizen has the right of access information held by the State and information held by another person and required for the exercise or protection of any right or fundamental freedom. Sheria Online users can access our pool of curated Legal Information for guidance in matters related to Kenyan law in our Resource Centre.
The Africa Legal Hackathon organized by the Africa Law Tech and Lawyers Hub convenes various legal industry stakeholders to collaborate with co-workers, clients, law firms, technology companies, and academics to undertake rapid ideation and development of technological-based legal solutions focused on developing access to justice solutions that interrogate how we can leverage community networks to improve judicial processes in courts to ensure efficient delivery of justice for all
The HiiL 2021 African Justice Innovation Symposium is a 4 day conference that brings together innovators, partners and funders across the African continent (East, West, North and South) who are interested in or working to prevent or resolve pressing justice problems. These stakeholders engage in conversations around some of the challenges faced by justice innovators in trying to deliver user friendly solutions that are people centered to communities across the continent.
The world’s largest legal hackathon and learning laboratory for legal industry innovation. The Global Legal Hackathon launched in early December of 2017, and within a mere two and a half months has raised global attention with host locations in 40 cities across 22 countries consisting of bar associations, legal tech and service companies, law firms, non-profits and universities gathered simultaneously to host and sponsor thousands of participants.
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