Our Values

Our Values

Product and service excellence: We value our stakeholders and strive to exceed their expectations through excellent service delivery.

Our Roles

Our Roles

The Kenya Sugar Board is charged with the responsibility of regulating, developing and promoting the Kenya Sugar Industry.

Our Mission

Our Mission

“To facilitate a multi-product sugar industry that is efficient, diversified and globally competitive”.

Our Vision

Our Vision

“To be the best Regulator and facilitator of a World Class multi-product sugar industry”

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Kenya Sugar Board Awarded trophy for Gender and Disability Mainstreaming

The Kenya Sugar Board was awarded a trophy for having met the highest standards of excellence in Gender representation. This was during the National Gender and Disability Mainstreaming award ceremony at the Laico Regency on 20th September 2012.

Rosemary Mkok, MBS presents a trophy to a representative from the National Council for persons with Disabilities
The CEO, Rosemary Mkok MBS (Third from left) receives the winning award for gender mainsteaming

The colorful event which brought together representatives from public and private institutions was organized by the Gender and Disability Development Centre, the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Development and the National Council for persons with Disabilities.

While appreciating the award, the CEO Kenya Sugar Board Rosemary Mkok MBS, informed the participants that Board has taken the initiative of ensuring that we provide an equitable working environment for men and women, with or without disabilities. To achieve the Board has developed a policy in line with The Persons with Disability act, 2003, that ensures the realization of an all inclusive community and empowerment of the Board’s employees with disabilities. Our objectives include: Elimination of all forms of discrimination, Promotion of a barrier free environment for all KSB employees with disabilities and awareness amongst KSB employees on the needs of persons with disabilities.

To promote gender equality and equity, the Board has maintained a favourable balance of both gender in our establishment. Currently our ratio of men to women is 1 to1. This gender balance is equitably distributed at the different levels of management.

Being the apex body of the sugar industry, we acknowledge the fact that we still have a long way to go, in ensuring gender equity among the sugar cane farming community. Nationally, we are still faced with the challenge of unequal access to opportunities and assets for women among the farming communities, despite the fact that women are more involved in actual farming activities. The sugar industry is not an exception. We at the Board are taking the initiative of sensitizing farmers on the benefit of engaging women in decision making processes on matters relating to sugar cane farming. We are optimistic that the recent legal reforms in our country will pave way for addressing this imbalance not only for the sugar industry but the entire agriculture sector.

New Tenders Advertised: Sale of Boarded Farm Machinery

Kenya Sugar Board (KSB) invites tenders for sale of used Machinery, Trailers, Tractors,  Motor vehicles, and assorted scrap metal among others on ‘’as-is-where-is-basis’’. Tender documents with details of items can be obtained from the Procurement Office at Chemelil Sugar Company and Kenya Sugar Board Kisumu Regional Office located at Al-Imran Plaza-Kisumu upon payment of a non refundable fee of Ksh. 500.00. The document can also be downloaded from the KSB website at: http://kenyasugar.co.ke/new/index.php/tenders

Prequalification for Various Tenders - 8th May 2013

Tenders are invited from interested and competent firms for:

a) Provision of Insurance Brokerage Services Tender No. KSB/23/2013/14 - Click to Download Tender Document

b)  Registration of suppliers to be included in the Kenya Sugar Board

      Suppliers’ list for the financial years 2013/2014 as listed here under:

1. KSB/T/24/2013/14 Supply of General Office Stationeries - Click to Download Tender Document

2. KSB/T/25/2013/14 Supply of Design and Printing Services - Click to Download Tender Document

3. KSB/T/26/2013/14 Supply and Maintenance of Computer Hardware and Software - Click to Download Tender Document

4. KSB/T/27/2013/14 Provision of Cleaning Services (Carpet, wet area and Garbage Collection) - Click to Download Tender Document

5. KSB/T/28/2013/14 Supply of Office Furniture - Click to Download Tender Document

6. KSB/T/29/2013/14 Supply of Office Equipment - Click to Download Tender Document

7. KSB/T/30/2013/14 Provision of Building Maintenance Services (Small Works i.e. Repairs works) - Click to Download Tender Document

8. KSB/T/31/2013/14 Provision of Travel Agency Services (IATA Registered Firms Only) - Click to Download Tender Document

 Interested eligible firms may obtain further information from the office of the Purchasing Officer, Kenya Sugar Board, and P.O. Box 51500-00200 Nairobi. Tel (+2542), 8018751-2, 0722203127/8,    0733333378/9 

Firms interested in being considered should collect tender documents as follows;

a)        For Insurance Brokerage Services, upon payment of a non-refundable fee of Kshs. 2,000.00.

c)        For Prequalification, upon payment of a non- refundable fee of Kshs.1, 000.00 per set of documents,

            From the office of the Purchasing Officer, Kenya Sugar Board Headquarters, Sukari Plaza, Upper Kabete off Waiyaki Way during working hours, i.e. Monday to Friday between 8.00 am – 1.00 p.m. and 2.00 p.m.- 5.00 p.m.

Completed Tender Documents should be deposited in the Tender box situated at the reception of Kenya Sugar Board Headquarters on or before Friday, 31st   May, 2013 at 11.00 a.m. Bulky tender documents, which cannot go through the slot of the Tender box, should be delivered to the office of the Purchasing Officer, Ground Floor before the above stipulated date and time.

Tenders will be opened at 11.20 a.m. local time, on Friday, 31st   May, 2013 at the KSB Boardroom. Tenderers or their authorized representatives may attend the tender opening.

 Late tenders shall be rejected.



Corporate Social Responsibility at The Kenya Sugar Board

The Board pays a courtesy call to Simbi Luora Primary School during its industry tour

Social Responsibility is one of the core values of the Kenya Sugar Board and as such, we are committed to giving back to the community in line with the national development strategies. Kenya Sugar Board’s Corporate Social Responsibility policy is driven by the need to preserve the environment, and promote socio-economic development through sponsorship and participation in activities that enhance the livelihood of other members of the society. 


For the Kenya Sugar Board, it also means a commitment to integrate responsible practices into daily business operations, monitor and evaluate progress made and achievements gained through the implementation of these practices. Director Ewing Mwombe Presents a Cheque to Ematiha dispensary for the installation of Electricity

In the course of the financial year 2012/2013, the Board supported six dispensaries in western Kenya who had requested for delivery beds and installation of electricity for those which do not have electricity yet. These include:

  • Ematiha Dispensary
  • Friends Vuyika Kabras Dispensary
  • Kamasai Dispensary
  • Ingolomosio Dispensary
  • Kibuke Dispensary
  • Machwele Friends Dispensary

Towards the cause of Education, the Board is in the process of constructing a classroom at Simbi Luora Primary School in Nyando area. We also supported Kipturi Primary School in Soin - Kericho with a donation that would enable them complete a classroom. We did not forget to reach out to our neighboring school at Kangemi under the Christian Women Care Group, where we made donations of foodstuff, clothing, contributed by our staff and a token from the organization.

KSB staff join the students in Song at Kangemi School

At National level, the Board contributed and participated towards the Kenya Food for Hunger Walk 2013.

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Our Contact Details

P.O Box 51500, 00200
Sukari Plaza, Upper Kabete,
Off Waiyaki way, Nairobi, Kenya
Tel: +254 20 801 8750 - 3
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