Kwale International Sugar Company Limited

KISCOL Stakeholeders

KISCOL Stakeholders

Ministry of Agriculture

Agriculture being a dominant factor in Kenya's economy, the Ministry of Agriculture played a major role in making it possible for the KISCOL project to run smoothly. The ministry's support and contribution has been a major factor that will continue to see the company attain and surpass its potential.
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Ministry of Finance

The Ministry of Finance is and continues to offer support in KISCOL’s bid to revive Kwale’s Sugar Industry by playing a part in providing smooth running procedures in the company’s processes.
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Kenya Sugar Board

This being the regulatory body of the sugar industry, the board has played a major role in developing regulations and promoting Kenya’s sugar industry. The board continues to work in tandem with KISCOL to ensure we realise our vision. Visit their website

Kwale County Government

The Kwale County government through government agencies such as the County Governor's Office and the County Administration have all been instrumental in helping KISCOL realise some of the Corporate Social Responsibility projects that have been initiated in the region.

Kenya Power

KISCOL'S intention to supply energy to the National Grid will see it work together with Kenya Power to achieve its goal of providing power solutions for the people of Kwale, and the hospitality industry in Diani. Visit their site

National Environment Management Authority (NEMA)

We are a green company focusing on environmental conservation in our projects. Our drip irrigation system for water conservation as well as green cane harvesting provides a substitute for cane burning. We also engage in tree planting exercises within Kwale County. Our nursery of 9 different species of trees sustains our tree donation program whereby trees are donated to various schools and organizations in Kwale for environmental conservation. We have also planted trees on the parts of the fields that are prone to erosion. KISCOL is also registered at the UNFCC for carbon credits which will be achieved through the electricity generation project. Visit their site

Community Leaders

Community leaders have been of great support to KISCOL by helping us promote the project with the locals and ensuring successful embracing of the project.


The company works with outgrowers in Kwale who are the main beneficiaries of the project. We have at least 1200 registered outgrowers who are set to produce sugarcane on 4,200 hectares of land. The outgrowers supply cane and earn revenue through this venture. Outgrowers will also enjoy additional benefits as KISCOL intends to provide education and a medical scheme for them and their families, grading of roads for farm access and availability of water for crop and home use.

Kenya Sugar Research Foundation (KESREF)

KISCOL works with KESREF to ascertain the types of sugar cane that would be suitable for production on the Nucleus and outgrowers estates. It also donated a motorbike to the Kwale Office to enable their officers reach farmers located in the interior parts of the county. Visit their site


To be a world class manufacturer of sugar and associated by-products


To manufacture high quality sugar and associated by-products by utilizing leading edge technology and investing in our people in order to deliver superior customer value, maximize shareholder returns and satisfy other stakeholder interests.

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