OUR MANDATE

Commodities Fund is established by Crops Act, 2013 to provide sustainable and affordable credit and advances to farmers for all or any of the following purposes:
(a)  Farm improvement
(b)  Farm inputs
(c)  Farming operations
(d)  Price stabilization
(e)  Any other lawful purpose approved.

WHY COMFUND

  • Subsidized interest rates, between 3% – 10%
  • Friendly repayment plans based on reducing balance model
  • Favourable securities including tripartite & contract agreements/ bank guarantees
  • Revolving Fund tailored to support agricultural value chains from farm to consumption
  • Credit facilities tailored to fit targeted crop seasons
  • Shariah Complaint facilities under product development

OUR CLIENTELE
  • Producers: Small and Large scale farmers
  • Producers’ Institutions
  • Processors/millers
  • Private and government institutions
  • Service providers for scheduled crops (Marketers, transport, exporters, distributors etc.)

REGIONAL OFFICES:

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Commodities Fund is a Kenyan government Agricultural agency established by the Crops Act, 2013, to pr

6 days ago
Commodities Fund

ENGAGING BUNGOMA STAKEHOLDERS OVER BANANA FINANCING

BUNGOMA is one of the largest producer-counties of Banana in Kenya.

Still, in the County's banana value chain, there's huge unexploited potential, including increasing crop's acreage, productivity and production as well as value addition initiatives.

One of the facilitations towards exploiting these opportunities is availing affordable and dedicated financing.

This is why this week, Commodities Fund is enganging value chain players in the County to gather their views on how to EESTABLISH and STRUCTURE a BANANA REVOLVING FUND.

Today we are meeting stakeholders from Kimilili and Mt. Elgon Sub counties.

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ENGAGING BUNGOMA STAKEHOLDERS OVER BANANA FINANCING  BUNGOMA is one of the largest producer-counties of Banana in Kenya.  Still, in the Countys banana value chain, theres huge unexploited potential, including increasing crops acreage, productivity and production as well as value addition initiatives.  One of the facilitations towards exploiting these opportunities is availing affordable and dedicated financing.  This is why this week, Commodities Fund is enganging value chain players in the County to gather their views on how to EESTABLISH and STRUCTURE a BANANA REVOLVING FUND.  Today we are meeting stakeholders from Kimilili and Mt. Elgon Sub counties.  (Pics/ comfund)Image attachmentImage attachment
2 weeks ago
Commodities Fund

ESTABLISHING BANANA REVOLVING FUND

The larger gusii region is renowned for banana production, both the cooking and ripening varieties.

Stakeholders have been informing the Commodities Fund that despite the decreasing land size, there is huge but unexploited potential for increase in production and productivity, especially via access to clean and certified planting materias, inputs, management of crops pests and diseases, reduction in post harvest losses for the banana produce and value addition in the value chain in the region.

Among the inhibiting factors into tapping this potential, is the lack of access to affordable credit.

This is about to change with establishment of BANANA REVOLVING FUND by Commodities Fund, under the leadership of our Chairman, Mr. Duke Mainga Ondiba Echate.

Today, we are engaging tens of value chain stakeholders in Kisii County at Kisii ATC, for their views on how to establish the Fund.

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ESTABLISHING BANANA REVOLVING FUND  The larger gusii region is renowned for banana production, both the cooking and ripening varieties.  Stakeholders have been informing the Commodities Fund that despite the decreasing land size, there is huge but unexploited potential for increase in production and productivity, especially via access to clean and certified planting materias, inputs, management of crops pests and diseases, reduction in post harvest losses for the banana produce and value addition in the value chain in the region.  Among the inhibiting factors into tapping this potential, is the lack of access to affordable credit.  This is about to change with establishment of BANANA REVOLVING FUND by Commodities Fund, under the leadership of our Chairman, Mr. Duke Mainga Ondiba Echate.  Today, we are engaging tens of value chain stakeholders in Kisii County at Kisii ATC, for their views on how to establish the Fund.  (Pics/ ComFund)Image attachmentImage attachment+2Image attachment
2 weeks ago
Commodities Fund

YOU KNOW THAT 80% OF THE TOTAL BANANA PRODUCTION BY KISII County is cooking banana, i.e MATOKE (Kisii green, Uganda green, Ng'ombe and nusu Ng'ombe varieties) and 20% ripening banana (Williams, Grand Naine, Plantain, Chinese cavendish varieties, etc), right?

And now the production (of both cooking and ripening bananas) is bound to bloom, once the BANANA REVOLVING FUND is established to support the subsector.

This week, Commodities Fund is engaging the value chain's stakeholders in the county on how to structure the Revolving Fund.

Meanwhile, have a great MATOKE-ful day ahead, won't you?

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YOU KNOW THAT 80% OF THE TOTAL BANANA PRODUCTION BY KISII County is cooking banana, i.e MATOKE (Kisii green, Uganda green, Ngombe and nusu Ngombe varieties) and 20% ripening banana (Williams, Grand Naine, Plantain, Chinese cavendish varieties, etc), right?  And now the production (of both cooking and ripening bananas) is bound to bloom, once the BANANA REVOLVING FUND is established to support the subsector.  This week, Commodities Fund is engaging the value chains stakeholders in the county on how to structure the Revolving Fund.  Meanwhile, have a great MATOKE-ful day ahead, wont you?  (Pic/ComFund)
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