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  • UK's investment initiative to rejuvenate Kenya's agricultural sector

    Posted on :Tuesday , 28th June 2022

    Farmers in Kisumu can now sigh with relief as the County Government unveiled a major agriculture investment programme designed to revive the industry in collaboration with a UK-based company, United Green Group (UG).


    The sustainable agri-food initiative would give the local farmers access to agro-industrial infrastructure, farming services, and sustainable agricultural practi. . .

  • Kenyan potato framers nearing a deal with KFC.

    Posted on :Tuesday , 14th June 2022

    Kenyan potatoes will be on the menu at Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) in the coming month. The Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA), the Agriculture Sector Network (ASNET), and the American fast food company all intervened.


    ASNET chairman Bimal Kantaria said they contacted KFC's leadership and, in collaboration with the Kenya Potato Council, devised a strategy for KFC's utilis. . .

  • Heifer Launches Africa's Digital Agriculture Champions Initiative

    Posted on :Tuesday , 3rd May 2022

    The Digital Agriculture Champions (DAC) initiative was launched by Heifer International, a nonprofit organisation dedicated to ending global hunger and poverty.


    Starting in Kenya, the initiative will supply sustainable, cost-effective training modules for smallholder farmers across Africa. Heifer is investing in digital extension systems for training as a post-pandemic respon. . .

  • Kenya's Food Security will be improved with new Solar Technology

    Posted on :Tuesday , 29th March 2022

    Solar panels have been used to introduce a new technique aimed at increasing crop yield in Kenya.


    After a year-long study partnership between the University of Sheffield, World Agroforestry, and Latia Agri-business Center, the agrivoltaics technology, which involves capturing energy from the sun twice through the use of solar panels, was inaugurated at Isinya, Kajiado County.. . .

  • Kenya's horticulture export revenues increased significantly over the last 11 months.

    Posted on :Wednesday , 29th December 2021

    Kenya's horticulture export revenues increased by 6.4 percent to Ksh 8.7 billion (US$77 million) in the 11 months to November 2021, owing to increased demand for Kenyan produce on the global market as export destinations continue to relax in Covid-19 stipulations.


    Kenya earned Ksh145.4 billion (US$1.29 billion) for the period under review, up from Ksh136.7 billion (US$1.2 bil. . .


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