Initiatives & Partnerships


Private- Public Partnerships

We work closely with local partners and stakeholders to promote environmental, economic and social development in Kenya. We seek to create close ties with the communities we work with and contribute to local economic development, and have partnerships with several non-governmental organizations in Kenya:


Details of private-public partnerships;

  • GIZ Health Campaign
  • Kenya Tourism Development Corporation (KTDC)- Promoting Conference Tourism
  • Kisauni Constituency Development Fund- Busary Funds to High School Students


School's Green Initiative Challenge Technical Manual

The Green Initiative Challenge is a Bamburi Cement Limited, Kengen Foundation and Better Globe Forestry, afforestation program designed to encourage and enable schools to participate in environment activities by developing small forests and woodlots within their compound.


This is the guide to growing trees and fruit species in dry lands. It is mainly for small forests and woodlots.

Creating a community based on shared values

Employees in Bamburi Cement Limited and throughout LafargeHolcim share the common values outlined in the LafargeHolcim Way, relying on them to:

  • define common rules for all employees, e.g. in the area of health and safety,

  • develop the skills of every person,

  • encourage a spirit of initiative,

  • motivate our teams.


Leveraging global experience to encourage local dynamism

Bamburi Cement Limited uses the full range of tools, practices and key performance indicators shared throughout Lafarge to improve our industrial, environmental, social and economic performance.


To ensure that our products are always suited to the needs of the local market, Bamburi Cement Limited:

  • encourages initiative through effective delegation of responsibilities,

  • shares experiences and best practices,

  • encourages dialogue between local teams and business unit managers at the country level.