The Centre for African Bio-Entrepreneurship (CABE) is an established Non Governmental Organization (NGO) and a knowledge sharing International Non-Governmental Organization that seeks to improve the livelihoods of African smallholder farmers and youth by; building their capacity in agribusiness, providing forward and backward linkages as well as providing and facilitating extension and advisory services. 


Our vision is to be the lead promoter of agri-prenuers enterprises through building capacity, and providing quality products and services to growth oriented women and youth agri-prenuers in Kenya.


We seek to improve the economic welfare of the farming community in the rural areas by targeting growth oriented women and youth agri-prenuers; who require improved inputs and market for their products and services. Working with business oriented proactive farmers to turn the peasant farming into business ventures that have potential for growth and expansion, we empower them by providing products and services that can improve the livelihood of rural families beyond household food security.


The Centre for African Bio-Entrepreneurship also prides itself as experts in conducting policy research and contributes to notable studies and policy engagements with various organizations, seeking to influence research evidence for policy uptake.