Informal sector enterprises are enterprises that are not registered by registrar of companies and
that produce goods and
services meant for the market. In Kenya these enterprises are commonly referred to as “Jua Kali”
comprising of informal
traders and artisans, majority of whom work by the roadside.
Most job opportunities in the Kenyan Informal Sector are associated with three main
types of economic activities; Trade and repair, Manufacturing,Food
Most Job opportunities in the Kenyan Informal Sector are associated with the
Employers often preferred financial, record keeping, marketing and managerial skills
Informal workers usually earn between 6,500 and 15,000 Kenyan Shilling per
Machinery mechanics and welders are likely to earn more in the informal sector.