When the Covid–19 pandemic struck Kenya in March 2020, all industries that contribute to the country’s economic growth were left vulnerable to supply chain disruptions. These industries ranged from the manufacturing, agricultural and even health sectors. The manufacturing sector was particularly hard hit and over the following months, supply chain disruptions in this sector emerged […]

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