Enactus Kenya was formed through a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signed between Inter Region Economic Network Ltd and Enactus International (then SIFE) in 2003. Since its formation, Enactus Kenya has grown from strength to strength, attracting at least 11 public and 14 private university student memberships.
In addition, Enactus has attracted 25 Faculty Advisors, over 470 volunteers and 10 corporate sponsors, who join driven by the need to inspire the young leaders, get talent for their firms and help in the overall goal of nation building while giving back to the society.
In the past 13 years, Enactus Kenya through the students has implemented over 720 community development projects. Every year students from different parts of the nation invest their resources in these projects that address different needs in the society. Categories include but not limited to:-
- Women and youth economic empowerment
- Technology and innovation
- Water and sanitation
- Clean energy and environmental conservation
- Food security
- Empowering the physically challenged
In 2015 we had 1,437+ students, working over 60,632 man hours impacting over 5,338 people directly and over 12,347 people indirectly.