Kenya Climate Innovation Center (KCIC) recently welcomed His Excellency Kenneth Lusaka, the Governor of Bungoma County, for a visit to our national office. This visit marked an important milestone in the partnership between KCIC and Bungoma County as we explore possibilities of working together to promote agribusiness entrepreneurship, address food security, reduce poverty, and create employment opportunities.
As part of the visit, the Governor learned firsthand about the #AgriBiz Programme and engaged in fruitful discussions with the KCIC team about potential agribusiness collaborations. By pursuing sustainable agriculture practices, these discussions will go a long way toward elevating the county’s development and creating a thriving agricultural sector.
With the #AgriBiz Programme, KCIC is committed to empowering smallholder farmers and entrepreneurs in Kenya by providing them with access to the resources, tools, and knowledge they need to grow their businesses. The programme aims to create innovative solutions for addressing food security and reducing poverty in rural areas through the promotion of sustainable agriculture practices.
This collaboration holds great potential, and we believe it lays the groundwork for future partnerships that will benefit farmers and entrepreneurs for years to come. Together, KCIC and Bungoma County can work towards creating a brighter future for the county and beyond.
We applaud Governor Lusaka for taking the time to visit KCIC, and we look forward to continuing our partnership in creating positive change in the agricultural sector in Kenya. The #AgriBiz and #SustainableAgriculture hashtags signify the importance of agriculture in Kenya, and KCIC is proud to be a leading player in promoting entrepreneurship in this vital sector.