NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Management Team

Mr. Edward K  Mudibo

Managing Director

Mr. Brian C Ngwiri

Trade  Development Manager

 

Ms. Florence Owino

Finance and Administration Manager

 

 

 

 

Ms. Gaudenciah Jambiha

Membership and Administrative  Officer

 

                                    
                                                        

                     Ms. Fatma Hassan                                           Ms  Audrey Musumba

                   Administration Assistant                                     Accountant 

 

 

What is EATTA?

Primary Functions

The primary functions of the association are:

  • To facilitate the Mombasa Tea Auction operations Maintain discipline in the trade by ensuring compliance with the constitution.
  • To promote the best interests of the Tea Trade in Africa.
  • To compile and circulate statistical information to assist members in their operations.
  • To help solve trade problems affecting members collectively.
  • To organize social and educational programmes for members.

Core Values

In its endeavor to realize its vision and mission, EATTA upholds the following core values:

  • Governance – We uphold principles of good governance.
  • Professionalism, transparency and ethical trading practices – we observe high degree of probity in our undertakings.
  • Creativity and innovation – We believe in continuous improvements on how we conduct our operations.
  • Service and value creation to members - Members’ development and satisfaction are at the centre of our operations.
  • Sustainability – We manage our resources responsibly for continuity.
  • Competitiveness – We believe in a level playing field that will allow fair competition between businesses.

Core Business

The broad objectives of EATTA are:

  • Promotion of orderly sale of tea among members in Africa;
  • Lobbying and advocacy; and
  • Marketing and membership support.

Specifically, the objectives are as follows:

  • To manage tea buying and selling, including the Tea Auction.
  • To lobby regulatory and statutory bodies in member countries to create an enabling business environment for our members along the value chain.
  • To facilitate interaction between members and stakeholders.
  • To facilitate effective access to market and other relevant industry trade information.
  • To facilitate linkages of members to international markets.