(NVAE) Savanna East Africa, Inc. in Geneva Today With the Small Equity Initiative Meeting With United Nation Organizations in Preparation for Kenya Trade Mission

DALLAS, TX--(Marketwire - Jul 26, 2011) - Savanna East Africa, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: NVAE) (OTCQB: NVAE) and the Small Equity Initiative are conducting a series of meetings in Geneva, Switzerland this week in an effort to expand the role of the United Nations in the upcoming Trade Mission to Kenya scheduled for November 2011. Savanna East Africa and the Small Equity initiative are meeting with a number of UN agencies and NGOs headquartered in Geneva to win additional support for and participation in the upcoming Kenya Trade Mission.

Last year, Savanna East Africa hosted a pilot Trade Mission to Kenya with the United Nations International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (www.unisdr.org) and the Small Equity Initiative (www.smallequity.com) with a program intended to stimulate small and medium enterprise investment in high growth potential business sectors. The UNISDR's participation is specifically intended to urge private sector innovation and investment aimed at reducing disaster risk.

To learn more about the Private Sector and the UNISDR, please visit: http://www.unisdr.org/partners/private-sector. To learn more about the Trade Mission planned for November 2011, please email info@savannaea.com.

CEO Webcast on Nairobi Meetings and Acquisition Progress

Savanna East Africa recently released a Webcast from CEO LTC Randell Torno reporting on the recent senior management and key stakeholder meetings the Company held in Nairobi, Kenya. Among the various agenda items, the meetings focused on next steps towards the acquisition of a condom manufacturing facility under construction in Kenya, which is anticipated to provide local manufacturing to help fill the condom shortage in Kenya. Earlier this year Kenya experienced a shortage of condoms with Kenya's government making an appeal to the U.S. government for emergency funding (http://www.standardmedia.co.ke/InsidePage.php?id=2000031810&cid=4&).

The recent meetings also reviewed two other acquisition candidates in the region. Savanna East Africa is concentrating on developing high growth potential capacities within the housing, healthcare and high tech sectors in East Africa, initially in Kenya and with plans to explore widening its business development into Ethiopia.

To review the CEO Webcast, visit http://bit.ly/m4SJan directly or the corporate website at www.savannaea.com. Viewers can navigate through the presentation and leave comments.

About Savanna East Africa, Inc. (www.savannaea.com)
Savanna East Africa, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: NVAE) (OTCQB: NVAE) launched an updated corporate strategy last year to pursue several business lines in the growing economy of East Africa, initially in Kenya. Savanna has already begun several initiatives in the region to include initiatives in the Technology, Utility, Housing and Health products industries. The Company is also continuing to grow its existing oil and gas reclamation business with new management and business strategies. Savanna East Africa is a fully-reporting company with audited financial statements quoted on the new 'OTCQB.'

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