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ECLOF KENYA is a medium microfinance institution providing financial and non-financial services to micro, small and medium entrepreneurs in Kenya.

It was registered under the Companies Act (Cap 486) as a company limited by guarantee in 1994.

It provides services to the economically active micro, small and medium entrepreneurs in all sectors of the economy.

ECLOF KENYA is one of the National ECLOF Committees (NECs) of ECLOF International based in Geneva, Switzerland.

ECLOF International, which has been in operation since 1946, operates under the concept of a global family, with the local organizations subscribing to the global policy guidelines and adopting the minimum performance standards which clearly express the values, organizational policies and operating standards of ECLOF International.
ECLOF KENYA has steadily cut its niche in the market as a Microfinance that uplifts and transforms lives especially of the rural populace. The number of children and families that have benefited from ECLOF KENYA loans has motivated the management team to continuously develop fresh, market driven products that meet clients’ real needs.

ECLOF KENYA launches a Customer Care Line
ECLOF KENYA has launched a Customer Care telephone line, number 0708-233-233.

NCPB told to speed up Sh400m farmers pay
The National Cereals and Produce Board (NCPB) has been urged to speed up payment of Sh400million it owes farmers who delivered maize since last year.

Kenya removed from sanctions list
Kenya has been removed from the list of countries that risk international sanctions after passing the anti-terrorism law among other measures.

Housing crisis to worsen, experts warn
The challenge of providing low-cost housing in the country is likely to degenerate into a crisis if an alternative financing model is not found, experts have warned.

Government releases new maize price
A 90-kilogramme bag of maize will sell at Sh3,000, the government has confirmed.

Survey highlights plight of informal sector workers
Kenya’s informal sector workers suffer poor remuneration despite the government’s effort to improve their plight with the setting of a minimum wage, a new survey has revealed.

Youth Enterprising Scheme set to be launched
A new scheme which could enable young entrepreneurs access a share of Sh75 billion government procurement contracts to be launched.

Government approves Kisumu Airport expansion
The government has approved an extra 1.9 Billion shillings for upgrading Kisumu International Airport.

World Bank to invest 157 Billion in water and energy
The World Bank has announced that it will invest a whooping 157.7 Billion shillings in water and energy industries in Kenya.

Inflation Rate Drops
Kenyans may have a reason to smile soon, thanks to a steady drop in the inflation rate.