After Ivory Coast, then Senegal, Winwin Africa makes its entrance into Kenya with the signing of a new infrastructure construction project, similar to AGORA, estimated at 60 million euros.

A memorandum of understanding between the French Treasury and Kenya was signed on February 21, 2023, in Nairobi. France and Kenya will jointly finance the creation of 8 socio-sports and cultural complexes throughout the territory, through the company Winwin Africa.

This signing took place in the presence of Honorable Ababu-Namwamba, Kenyan Minister of Youth, Sports, and Arts, and Mr. Olivier Becht, French Minister Delegate to the Minister of Europe and Foreign Affairs, in charge of Foreign Trade, Attractiveness, and French Nationals Abroad.

This 60 million euro project will facilitate access to sports and culture for Kenyan citizens by creating tailored local infrastructures in cities, municipalities, and neighborhoods across the country. The primary targets are youth, women, and vulnerable populations.

Other activities will also be offered focusing on themes such as health, social innovation, gender equality, and sustainable development.

An ecosystem composed of local actors (associations, NGOs, companies in the socio-sports and cultural sector) will be called upon to animate the spaces reserved for them through these themes.

The exportation of the AGORA program to Kenya will empower the primary targets, an essential factor for cohesion and social, economic, and environmental progress for a territory.