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President William Ruto at the Port of Mombasa

KPA rolls out the sh 1.76 billion compensation for Lamu fisherfolks

New KPA MD Captain William Ruto reports to Office

KPA Service Charter

Unlocking the Global Economy through Kenya's Ports
Celebrating Women in the Maritime Industry

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 KPA Strategic Popular Plan

 KPA HandBook 2020

 MPNCCC NewsLetter 2020

 Customer Service Charter

 Bandari Magazine 2023

 2023 Annual Review and Bulletin of Statistics

 Port of Lamu

 Corporate Social Investment

 Customer Service Charter

 Code of Ethics and Conduct

 KPA Corporate Book

 Anti-Corruption Policy

 Public Complaints Policy

 Customer Service Charter

KPA advocates for protection of the environment and marine ecosystem for conservation and sustainability. The Authority has adopted a Green Port Policy that is being implemented for sustainable and environment friendly port operations and protection of marine ecosystem and resources. We have over the last two decades, also pursued partnerships with the community in a bid to provide social value and create positive impact in society through the Corporate Social Investment program dubbed Tunahusika. Our CSI policy is rooted in the organization’s values, guided by international standards and best practices, and driven by our aspiration for excellence in the overall performance of the business. We have invested enormously in improving sectors of education, health, sports as well as environmental conservation initiatives aimed at assisting and developing our local community through reaching out to address specific socio-economic needs for their improved and prosperous future.