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Anti-Counterfeit Agency is currently undertaking Market Research on the following:

  1. Market Research to determine the level of counterfeiting in selected towns in Kenya

  2. Market Research to determine the level of public awareness on counterfeiting in selected towns in Kenya 

We are collecting data from manufacturers and consumers in Nairobi, Mombasa, Kisumu, Eldoret, Nakuru and their environs.

The dates for data collection are as follows:

  • 21st - 23rd February 2018 - Nairobi and environs

  • 27th February - 2nd March 2018 - Mombasa, Kisumu and their environs

  • 5th - 8th March 2018 - Eldoret, Nakuru and their environs 

Manufacturers and consumers in these regions, we are counting on your support to carry out this crucial exercise which will help inform policy and other Agency activities. We are grateful for your continued support.

pdf Download Sample Consumers' Questionnaire (PDF, 386KB)

pdf Downoad Sample Manufacturers' Questionnaire (PDF, 180KB)


Written by Mr. Pradeep Paunrana, Chairman of the Board, Anti-Counterfeit Agency

1. Presidential decree

The Anti-Counterfeit Agency and the manufacturing sector welcomes the executive order from President Uhuru Kenyatta during this year’s Jamhuri Day address to the nation. He made it clear that the growth of the manufacturing sector is the first pillar among the ‘Big Four’ of creating employment.
The executive order to investigate infringements on intellectual property rights and destroy counterfeits on sight is a pro-growth order since counterfeits are a major impediment to the growth of the manufacturing sector.

Plant for bottling counterfeit alcohol raided as Anti-Counterfeit inspectors seized over 50,000 litres of fake spirits with a street value KSH 40 Million.

Inspectors from the Anti-Counterfeit Agency raided a home at the outskirts of Laare town in Meru County and arrested six people in an undercover operation. Around 50,000 LITRES worth KSH 40 Million of five different trademarks of spirits were seized from the premises on a farm yesterday evening.

Manufacturers decry rise in counterfeits as agency calls for more collaboration as Agency calls for deeper collaboration in fight against Counterfeit trade.

The Anti-Counterfeit Agency held a manufacturers forum at its headquarters in Nairobi where manufacturers and innovators came together in an incisive engagement to discuss better ways of engagement in the fight against counterfeits.

In alignment with our commitment to corporate social responsibility, this year, the agency was involved in planting trees at the counterfeit destruction site owned by Envirosafe EPZ Athi-River in Machakos County. On the sunny day of 21st July, the day of counterfeit destruction, amidst the bellowing smoke above the burning kilns, a group of close to 80 participants planted trees around the site.

We are delighted to officially announce the launch of our Strategic Plan for 2017-2022 that has set out both our direction and plan for the next five years. The journey towards the launch of the strategic plan (SP) began in May, 2015 with consultancy from the Kenya School of Government.

The Agency through invitation from Ugandan Anti-Counterfeit Network (ACN) participated in a high-ranking advocacy meeting in Kampala, Uganda. ACN are the local caucus of anti-counterfeiting bodies drawn from the public and private sector that advocate for increased recognition of intellectual property laws in Uganda by policy makers.


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