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Month: February 15, 2017

Farming without the use of conventional soil

Climate change has reared its ugly head on livestock production by making it increasingly difficult due to lack of pasture and fodder for the animals coupled by the high cost of animal feeds. In the recent years, the country has experienced extensive drought which has affected food production in the country. Therefore, conventional methods of

Supporting farmers to use bio-diesel water pumps

Kitui industries was established in 1980, but has been involved in renewable energy since 2011.The company seeks to alleviate the challenge of access to water for sanitation and agriculture by offering small holder farmers with bio-diesel water pumps and generators. Through these they can economically and sustainably improve their food security and incomes. This will

Powering Kenya through Solar

Access to electricity is considered a very prestigious thing particularly in rural Kenya where majority of the population have no access to the grid. While the Kenyan government has taken step to ensure access to electricity, majority of the rural population and people living in informal settlement still have no access to the grid. Access

Accounting for water consumption in homes through tokens

As water rapidly continues to become a scarce commodity in most urban and rural towns, one has no choice other than to pay for the service despite the limited or no supply. Failure to pay may result in disconnection. Buying tokens for the water just like electricity before consumption seems to be the better alternative.

Help Farmers in Kitui County to purchase bio-diesel water pumps

Kitui Industries The Problem: Kitui County is a semi-arid area, which has of late been suffering the negative effects of climate change. Erratic rainfall coupled with increased temperatures have worsened food availability in an already food insecure region. The majority of the population are engaged in subsistence agriculture, and this change has left them in