In its latest update on Kenya, the firm said it is seeking to increase its footprint in Kenya with the intent to grow a large network of Independent Representatives. In East Africa, QNET’s regional distribution hub exists in Rwanda while in West Africa, the company has a physical presence in the Ivory Coast.
The company boasts over 250,000 Independent Representatives across Africa, with the goal to expand and increase this manifold.
Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania’s market already has a significant number of customers and given the given the growing demand for online distribution centers, the possibilities remain endless for QNET to grow its East African presence,” said QNET Business Development Manager Muqtadir Suwani.
He was speaking at Ramisi Markar Children’s Orphanage where the company independent representatives donated a month worth of food and supplies to cater to the needs of at least 60 orphans in the coastal city of Mombasa, Kenya. It is a common practice for QNET, through its corporate social responsibility arm, the RYTHM (Raise Yourself To Help Mankind) Foundation to provide support to needy communities worldwide.
This year, QNET distributed food supplies to those in need in over 30 countries, which included underprivileged families, orphanages, hospitals, refugee camps, and community centres. These included countries in the Middle East, North and Sub Saharan Africa, and the Asia Pacific. Some benefactors are Ghana, Senegal, Tanzania, Kazakhstan, Turkey, Pakistan, Malaysia, and Indonesia to mention but a few.
QNET has long carried out humanitarian efforts across the world during moments of crisis and need, in addition to annual charity projects for the month of Ramadan. When the global lockdown occurred last year, QNET reached out to numerous affected communities to lend support and carry out relief projects to ease their burden.
QNET is one of the world’s leading e-commerce based direct selling companies offering a wide range of health, wellness and lifestyle products that enable people to lead better lives.