Kafamily craft Market was established in response to the demand for quality handmade arts and crafts in the country as well as abroad. It was created by the curio and crafts sub-sector of the SME sector to ensure that the Masaai markets are managed and run in a more dignified manner. The membership of the market includes the physically challenged, women, youth and various artisans who operate and produce from their homes.
“PTA Bank is pleased to partner with Kenya National Federation of Jua Kali association in this initiative to support Kafamily market. It’s this kind of partnership between PTA Bank and Kenya National Federation of Jua Kali association that corporate social responsibility can find the most effective response to many of the challenges and opportunities societies face today”. She remarked. She commended the Kenya National Federation of Jua Kali Associations for developing and promoting SME’s.
Richard Muteti, CEO, Kenya National Federation of Jua Kali Association expressed his appreciation to the PTA Bank management for supporting the Kafamily market. ‘’ It was important to dignify this space so that people can feel safe to come and do their shopping here”, He added.
The Kafamily market opens every Saturday and Sunday from 8:00am – 6:30pm