ENABLING BUSINESS RECOVERY TO

ACHIEVE GROWTH

 

ABOUT US

East Africa Market Development Associates (EAMDA) is a management consulting and agribusiness development firm headquartered in Nairobi, Kenya. Our core work-streams include project design and implementation; co-creation for innovative solutions to our society's pressing problems; undertaking industry and market studies, project appraisals, value chain mapping, and business capacity building. 

 

We work across the Eastern Africa region with a strong team of sector experts who bring a wealth of knowledge, skills, and relevant local context to all our engagements. EAMDA has over the years nurtured and built a strong network of multi-disciplinary technical experts with a deep understanding of sectors and industries in the region.

OUR VISION

To be the lead provider of agri-based market solutions that contribute to the

socio-economic transformation of African economies.

OUR MISSION

Provide agri-based consultancy and project implementation services through

innovative solutions that facilitate and support the growth of sustainable

and competitive enterprises that create wealth inclusively.

EAMDA's TEAM

EAMDA maintains a constant team of 20 technical specialists drawn from a mix of agri-business, SME development, finance, economic development and communication specialists as well as technical experts across various agricultural value chains.

 
 
 

EAMDA's Systemic Approaches

to Problem Solving

EAMDA is a strong proponent of tried and tested project implementation principles such as the Systems Thinking and Market Systems Development (MSD) approaches, both of which use proven principles that form an integral part of our intervention tool-box. As an evolving organization, we continue to enthusiastically explore and evaluate emerging solutions for the benefit of our clients.
 
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Systems Thinking

In-depth analysis of the linkages and interactions within market system.

Market Systems Development

Solutions towards improving and enhancing market access for SME farmers.

Adopt-Adapt-Expand-Respond

Precise management and measurement of changes in market systems.

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EAMDA's Practice Components

EAMDA is a strong proponent of tried and tested project implementation principles such as the Systems Thinking and Market Systems Development (MSD) approaches, both of which use proven principles that form an integral part of our intervention tool-box. As an evolving organization, we continue to enthusiastically explore and evaluate emerging solutions for the benefit of our clients.
 
EAMDA nurtures local talent and utilizes its technical and professional competence in partnership with its clients to develop PRACTICAL APPROACHES that innovatively solve development challenges that meet their SOCIO-ECONOMIC OBJECTIVES in a timely and cost-effective manner.
Our FIVE core practice components.

EAMDA utilizes digital media and online platforms to help entrepreneurs and startup founders in growing their business.  In line with evolving communication landscape and technological advancement, EAMDA has adopted multimedia such as online platforms, videos, animations and graphics in order to better serve our clientele. Examples include training in video extension services for small holder farmers, blackboard animation, and digitize of agriculture value chain activities.

EAMDA Multimedia
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EAMDA incubation hubs provide ideal conditions for business ideas to flourish and also offer much-needed support that advances and accelerates business growth. The Labs offer a responsive business environment in addition to offering investment, innovation, and business development services.

EAMDA Labs
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EAMDA Capital assists Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) involved in the agri-business sector, access early-stage and later stage capital resources. Such investment increases in an industry are associated with significantly higher rates of growth and sustainability.

EAMDA Capital
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EAMDA Trade-tracker reveals country-level trade patterns. With the current fast-changing developments, policymakers need to know what is happening in the economy in real time, therefore, at the domestic level, daily estimates of trade volumes give much crispier data, while at the national level, real-time estimates of trade for exports and imports.

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EAMDA Project Design & Implementation

EAMDA utilizes digital media and online platforms to help entrepreneurs and startup founders in growing their business.  In line with evolving communication landscape and technological advancement, EAMDA has adopted multimedia such as online platforms, videos, animations and graphics in order to better serve our clientele. Examples include training in video extension services for small holder farmers, blackboard animation, and digitize of agriculture value chain activities.

EAMDA Multimedia
eamda-multimedia.png

EAMDA incubation hubs provide ideal conditions for business ideas to flourish and also offer much-needed support that advances and accelerates business growth. The Labs offer a responsive business environment in addition to offering investment, innovation, and business development services.

EAMDA Labs
eamda-Labs.png

EAMDA Capital assists Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) involved in the agri-business sector, access early-stage and later stage capital resources. Such investment increases in an industry are associated with significantly higher rates of growth and sustainability.

EAMDA Capital
eamda-Capital.png

EAMDA Trade-tracker reveals country-level trade patterns. With the current fast-changing developments, policymakers need to know what is happening in the economy in real time, therefore, at the domestic level, daily estimates of trade volumes give much crispier data, while at the national level, real-time estimates of trade for exports and imports.

EAMDA Trade-tracker
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EAMDA Project Design & Implementation
EAMDA nurtures local talent and utilizes its technical and professional competence in partnership with its clients to develop PRACTICAL APPROACHES that inventively solve development challenges which meet the SOCIO-ECONOMIC OBJECTIVES of each individual initiative, and in a timely and cost-effective manner.
Our FIVE core practice components are composed of the following:

EAMDA utilizes digital media and online platforms to help entrepreneurs and startup founders in growing their business.  In line with evolving communication landscape and technological advancement, EAMDA has adopted multimedia such as online platforms, videos, animations and graphics in order to better serve our clientele. Examples include training in video extension services for small holder farmers, blackboard animation, and digitize of agriculture value chain activities.

EAMDA Multimedia
eamda-multimedia.png

EAMDA incubation hubs provide ideal conditions for business ideas to flourish and also offer much-needed support that advances and accelerates business growth. The Labs offer a responsive business environment in addition to offering investment, innovation, and business development services.

EAMDA Labs
eamda-Labs.png

EAMDA Capital assists Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) involved in the agri-business sector, access early-stage and later stage capital resources. Such investment increases in an industry are associated with significantly higher rates of growth and sustainability.

EAMDA Capital
eamda-Capital.png

EAMDA Trade-tracker reveals country-level trade patterns. With the current fast-changing developments, policymakers need to know what is happening in the economy in real time, therefore, at the domestic level, daily estimates of trade volumes give much crispier data, while at the national level, real-time estimates of trade for exports and imports.

EAMDA Trade-tracker
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EAMDA Project Design & Implementation

EAMDA partners with some of the world’s leading public and private institutions in its quest to play an active role in contributing towards finding solutions to pressing problems that holdback socio-economic development in the Eastern Africa region. Working across multiple sectors, the firm undertakes both short and long-term consulting projects as well as multi-year implementation with private, public, and international development agencies.

 

Email: info@eamarketdevelopment.com
Phone: +254 700838 783

P.O. Box 1529 - 00606, Nairobi, Kenya.

Divyam Court, Suite M3.

Cedar Road off Lantana Road,

Westlands.