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  • French alcohol firms entice new drinkers in Kenya

    Posted on :Monday , 27th September 2021

    The rules for drinking wines and spirits were once pretty simple. Drink what you know. But in this time where consumers are trading up to more expensive and uncommon brands, do not assume you know what your favourite tipple tastes like.

    It is this desire to enjoy food and drink that is opening new opportunities for wine and spirits investors from France, seeking a bigger share of the Keny. . .

  • KCSAP's partnership with Kajiado County benefits farmers with Modern Farming Equipment

    Posted on :Friday , 27th August 2021

    The Kenya Climate Smart Agriculture Project (KCSAP), in collaboration with the Kajiado County government, has donated seedlings, farm machines, Sahiwal cattle, and Dorper sheep to farmers in Oleikaitoriori, Ildala Lekutuk ward to enable them to adopt contemporary farming practises.


    Improved manual hay bailers, fodder choppers, powered back pack weeders, and brush cutters are . . .

  • The UK-Kenya Free Trade Agreement has been welcomed by the Agriculture Sector Network.

    Posted on :Friday , 30th July 2021

    The Agriculture Sector Network, ASNET, a Kenyan umbrella organisation for the agriculture sector, has praised the newly ratified Economic Partnership Agreement between Kenya and the United Kingdom, saying it will help enhance economic development and job creation.


    Kenyan major agricultural exports to the UK, like as vegetables, fruits, flowers, coffee, and tea, now have tarif. . .

  • KALRO and the EU financed MARKUP in Kenya with the promotion of new agricultural technologies

    Posted on :Thursday , 1st July 2021

    In order to improve quality and safety standards on export markets, the Kenya Livestock Research Organization (KALRO) and the European Union (EU) financed the Market Access Upgrade Programme (MARKUP) have launched a new agriculture technology to reproduce macadamia and passion fruit-free, high-induction crop crop material.


    A phytologist at the KALRO Center for Macadamia, Anto. . .

  • CDA completes the first phase of its $30.3 million irrigation scheme in Taita Taveta, Kenya

    Posted on :Tuesday , 25th May 2021

    The Coast Development Authority (CDA) in Kenya's Taita Taveta County is completing the first phase of an ongoing irrigation and drought mitigation project. The new facilities are expected to enable at least 100 smallholder farmers in the Nakuruto and Challa areas to resume their operations.


    Farmers in Kenya's Taita Taveta County now have irrigation systems to help them recove. . .


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