The Sustainable Energy Access Forum Kenya (SEAF-K) is a forum bringing together energy sector players in Kenya with the aim of enhancing multi-stakeholder engagement to address the various challenges encountered in the sector. SEAF-K was founded in 2014 based on a common belief that once sustainable energy solutions are provided through sufficient policy, financial, technological and institutional support frameworks, Kenya can secure a sustainable pathway towards access to modern energy services for all. SEAF-K works to realise this through its four working groups Governance, Research and Development, Membership Outreach and Capacity Building and Information and Communication. The Forum employs a multi-stakeholder approach comprising of government, civil societies, private sector, non-governmental organization/development agencies and the consumers. SEAF-K has a secretariat hosted by The Kenya Climate Change Working Group.