anyone interested in a partnership send an email to 

info@lakaribu.com

THE PROJECT

In a land of 15 acres we have created a plantation of 6 varieties of ALOE VERA. The aim is to produce more items based on aloe, from cosmetics to medicines, from drinks to honey, and then sell them wholesale in Kenya and abroad.
For some years now aloe has become a very popular plant due to the infinite properties it has shown to possess and its value has grown exponentially.

here you can sell a liter of gel at 5 dollars while the powder of aloe leaves even reaches 8 dollars per kilo. In short, it has an important market all over the world and, given that we have the chance, we also want to play our part.

It is clear, and I underline it, that all the profits that go to Karibu from the marketing of products are in favor of the KARIBU CHAKAMA project so that we can reinvest in the development of the aloe project but especially in the development of other projects, starting from the schools, our biggest priority

We strongly need serious collaborations and / or investors, be they Italian or foreign so anyone interested can email to info@lakaribu.com and will be listened to with the utmost discretion.

SOME OF OUR PLANTS

THE PLANTS

1. Aloe scabrifolia - This is a sprawling species, with stems upto 120 cms. It

branches from the base to form clubs of 3 cm in diameter, the leaves are born in loose rosette. Are erect to spreading and often recurved. The inflorescence is

up to 1 metre tall with dull red flowers.

2. Aloe Turkanensis – is a shrub with stem up to 7 cm long. It grows in loose

clumps upto 2 cm diameter.

Leaves are born in compound rosette and are erect to spreading with the elongated whitish spots on both surfaces. The inflorescence is many branched up to 30 cm long and pink in colour.

3. Aloe Rivae - is a stemless species growing solitary or in small clumps. Older

plants have a stem up to 60 cm high. Leaves are born in dense rosette, erect or

spreading and slantly recurved at the tips. The inflorescence is much branched

and up to 75 cm high with bright yellow flowers.

4. Secundiflora – is a stemless species growing solitary or sometimes suckering. Older plant may have stems up to 30cm long. The leave spread and slightly recurved towards the tips. The inflorescence is 2 metres high, multi branch with bright red pink or yellow flowers. Secundiflora is the most commonly observedaloe species widely distributed in Kenya.

It has high potential for medicinal properties.

5. Aloe vera Barbadensis– is a world wide plant commonly with the same features and characteristics as Turkanesis. And its high potential for medicinal value. The leaves are born in compound rosette and are erect to spreading with a whitish colour on the leaves depending on the environment.

 

6. Aloe vera chinensis – is a stemless species and is a suckering plant well knownfor its medicinal value and does very well in tropical areas. The leaves are born combat rosette full of jelly and it is a well known plant for its medicinal value. The leaves are light green and produces bright yellow flowers.

 

We are in possession of the above mentioned aloe species but aloe vera chinensis being the much produced in our farm. We have a total acreage of about 15 acres and plant volume of about 35,000 seedling plants and about six species. At the moment the availability of the aloe vera leaves is about 1 ton every week.

ALOE PRODUCTION AND SALE PROJECT

anyone interested in a partnership send an email to 

info@lakaribu.com

This project is an investment that produces income for the investor only if the investor also finances the construction of 1 new classroom.

 

  • Laboratory

  • Store

  • Filleting Machines

  • Export Office

  • Personal

Products: cosmetics, medicines, drinks, juices, honey

 

1. Aloe scabrifolia - This is a sprawling species, with stems upto 120 cms. It branches from the base to form clubs of 3 cm in diameter,the leaves are born in loose rosette. Are erect to spreading and often recurved. The inflorescence is up to 1 metre tall with dull red flowers.

2. Aloe Turkanensis – is a shrub with stem up to 7 cm long. It grows in loose clumps upto 2 cm diameter. Leaves are born in compound rosette and are erect to spreading with the elongated whitish spots on both surfaces. The inflorescence is many branched up to 30 cm long and pink in colour.

3. Aloe Rivae - is a stemless species growing solitary or in small clumps. Older plants have a stem up to 60 cm high. Leaves are born in dense rosette, erect or spreading and slantly recurved at the tips. The inflorescence is much branched and up to 75 cm high with bright yellow flowers.

4. Secundiflora – is a stemless species growing solitary or sometimes suckering. Older plant may have stems up to 30cm long. The leave spread and slightly recurved towards the tips. The inflorescence is 2 metres high, multi branch with bright red pink or yellow flowers. Secundiflora is the most commonly observed aloe species widely distributed in Kenya. It has high potential for medicinal properties.

5. Aloe vera Barbadensis– is a world wide plant commonly with the same features and characteristics as Turkanesis. And its high potential for medicinal value. The leaves are born in compound rosette and are erect to spreading with a whitish colour on the leaves depending on the environment.

 

6. Aloe vera chinensis – is a stemless species and is a suckering plant well known for its medicinal value and does very well in tropical areas. The leaves are born combat rosette full of jelly and it is a well known plant for its medicinal value. The leaves are light green and produces bright yellow flowers.

 

We are in possession of the above mentioned aloe species but aloe vera chinensis being the much produced in our farm. We have a total acreage of about 15 acres

and plant volume of about 35,000 seedling plants and about six species. At the moment the availability of the aloe vera leaves is about 1 ton every week.