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The East Africa Tea Trade Association (EATTA) is a voluntary, non-profit regional organization representing the interests of the tea industry in Africa. EATTA has members drawn from 10 countries (Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi, Ethiopia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Malawi, Madagascar and Mozambique) all actively engaged in growing, buying, broking and warehousing of tea. EATTA is mandated to promote and facilitate the interests of all the stakeholders in the tea trade in Africa by creating an enabling business environment geared towards maintaining global standards and delivering tea products to the customers in the most profitable way. EATTA’s principal mandate is to run the weekly Mombasa Tea Auction Centre, currently the largest Tea Auction Centre in the world.
EATTA is dedicated in equipping young adults with skills needed in the modern business world and giving them an exposure of a workplace environment.
In this regard, EATTA is pleased to announce one (1) internship vacancy in ICT Section in Mombasa for a maximum period of three months with effect from July 2020.
Eligibility Criteria
To qualify, an applicant must:
1. Be a student in a recognized training institution pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Studies/IT or Business IT.
2. Not have exited from formal employment.
3. Provide EATTA with personal accident cover for the duration of the attachment to indemnify against any claims for injury of the student while working in our premises.
Applications for internship should be supported by the applicant’s university introduction letter and transcripts.
How to Apply
Interested applicants should submit their applications via email to addressed to:

The Managing Director,

East African Tea Trade Association,

P0 Box 85174-80100, Mombasa

Applications should be received not later than 4.00 p.m. on 26th June 2020.


The performance of the tea industry is vital to the Kenyan economy. Tea accounts for approximately 26% of Kenya’s export earnings and is one of the leading foreign exchange earners contributing over Kshs 117 billion in 2019. The tea industry contributes about 4% to the GDP. More than 750,000 farmers directly earn a living from tea and more than 6 million Kenyans directly or indirectly depend on tea.

US Ambassador Kyle McCarter

EATTA was honored to host the US ambassador to Kenya His excellency Kyle McCarter when he visited Mombasa Tea Auction Centre. He commended the industry for the progress made in modernizing the Tea Trading process. He also vowed to work towards enhancing good trading relations between the US government and Kenya.


EATTA Chairman signs an agreement with BAF to receive Kshs. 16.7 million Advocacy funds for the tea sector.


EATTA participated and bagged two awards during the KPMG Top 100 ceremony held at the Carnivore Hotel, Nairobi on Friday night, 23rd November, 2018. The awards were:

1.EATTA ranking within the top 100- 2018/19

2.Award given to EATTA in recognition to their efforts towards conservation of the environment  -2018/19


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Membership & Affliliation

Kenya Chamber of Commerce
Federation of Kenya Employers
International Tea Committee

EATTA is ISO 9001:2015 Certified.

EATTA is ISO 9001:2015 Certified

East Africa Tea Trade Association is a non-profit organization


1st Floor, Tea Trade Centre - Nyerere Avenue
P. O. Box 85174-80100
Mombasa - Kenya


Mon - Fri 8.00 AM - 5.00 PM

Tel: +254 41 2228460 / 2220093 / 2312336
Cell: +254 733 208700/ 722 208699
Fax: +254 41 2225823

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