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Month: November 30, 2020

Buzzing with pride

Dubbed “The Bee Keepers’ Hub”, Nyuki Hubs is a youth-led social enterprise that takes pride in working with farmers to produce and process honey and other bee products. The company is a one-stop shop for the entire value chain for bees. It has opened four hubs in Makueni, Tharaka Nithi, Taita and Narok where farmers

  • Solomon Irungu N
  • November 30, 2020
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Investing in biomass briquettes for clean energy solutions

There is a growing interest in biofuels in many developing countries as a means of modernizing biomass use, reducing deforestation, promoting access to clean liquid fuels while helping to curb on energy costs, energy security and the effects of climate change. In Kenya, many entrepreneurs are starting biomass briquette companies to help power Kenya with

Kenya Bankers Association partners with KCIC Group to advance green financing in Kenya

Kenya Bankers Association (KBA) and KCIC Group have today signed a Memorandum of Understanding which aims to boost green financing through leveraging on climate change innovations and research and promoting the growth of large enterprises including financial institutions as well as Small and Medium Enterprises. Speaking during the signing ceremony, Dr. Habil Olaka the Chief

KCIC holds training ahead of financial awarding to youth and women-led enterprises under Agribiz Program

The Kenya Climate Innovation Centre (KCIC) has today held a virtual training ahead of the awarding of the Result Based Financing (RBF) and Proof of Concept Grants (POC) to 49 youth and women led enterprises under the Agribiz program which is funded by both the European Union and DANIDA. The training session, chaired by Edward

KCIC to host virtual training ahead of financing award ceremony

Kenya Climate Innovation Centre is set to host a virtual training ahead of a finance awarding ceremony where 49 SMEs will sign agreements to get access to Result Based Financing (RBF) and Proof of Concept grants. The one-day event will bring together experts from KCIC Group and beneficiaries of the agribusiness programme from across the

Ecosave Africa Ltd: All in one solution to water sanitation

According to the World Health Organization, currently, 2.5 billion people lack access to clean water and sanitation and by 2030 a quarter of the population will lack clean water. In Kenya alone, 48 percent of Kenyans lack access to basic sanitation solutions. Ecosave Africa Limited aims to give nature a fighting chance through their model

Innovative solar cooker, transforming households

Kenya’s renewable energy sector is at an exponential level compared to other countries in Africa. The exploitation of solar energy has brought to light brilliant innovators, working tirelessly to produce technology that would advance the industry not only locally but internationally. One such individual is Robert Chidzugwe, a graduate of Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture

  • Michelle Mung'ata
  • November 11, 2020
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47-Champions Awards a hope for agri-entrepreneurship

The historic era of Covid-19 prevalence has delivered unprecedent tough stretches with a myriad of tribulations, among them food insecurity. These are tough times full of limbo for many, whether in business or in employment. As has been witnessed, this pandemic has brought along an economic meltdown even as governments and allied players try to

  • Solomon Irungu N
  • November 9, 2020
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Time to implement the CSA strategy to enable sustainability in agriculture

Land is key to supporting livelihoods and economies- it is the primary source of food, energy and a host of natural resources. Yet we are living at a time when unpredictable weather patterns aggravate drought and desertification, resulting to loss of arable land. This disproportionately affects communities who so much depend on it- either directly

University graduates reaping yields from pig farming

Anthony Njagi Njine with his two friends, Mary Wabuthu Gituku and Joseph Kariuki Sankale are startup farmers who rear pigs. A skill they picked up through self-training. The three, who are based in Gikambura, Kiambu County are also university graduates of finance, agriculture and engineering respectively. After graduation, they set out to start their own