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Frank Afrique Leather
The leather sector in Kenya is estimated to be worth over kes. 50 billion annually. With 90% of raw leather being exported as raw and semi processed form, the country has lost billions of shillings and thousands of job opportunities. There is a need for Kenyans to invest in industry to produce leather made products. Tony’s story with leather product production started way back in 2011 after finishing secondary school. He started training as an apprentice in a workshop. He then used my internship to save some cash to buy my first sewing machine. He is from an informal settlement called Kibera and realised that many youths engaged in crime as a result of being jobless. He started Frank Afrique to train youths on how to make bags and earn a living.
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