Investor Eligibility


Investor Eligibility

All prospective green investments should comply with the Environmental Management and Coordination Act (EMCA) environmental (impact assessment and audit) regulations. Investment opportunities will be subject to environmental, social and governance assessments and evaluations as proposed in the Tana River Delta Strategic
Environmental Assessment and Land Use Plan.

Envisaged investments should:

1.     have an annual water demand not exceeding 2 million cubic meters;

2.    create more than 100 full-time jobs for locals;

3. extend to special features of habitat and settlement as identified in the land use

4. not lead to the displacement of more than five homesteads, and

5. not disrupt the livelihood of more than 100 people.

In addition, the green investments in the Delta should:

·   enhance landscape restoration;

·   promote climate-smart production;

·   support agro-forestry;

·   promote biodiversity conservation;

·   comply with existing law, and

· comply with national and international sustainability principles

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