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Value addition of fruits and vegetables

Caroline Mbogo is one of the Climate LaunchPad 2018 finalists. When describing her company during the boot camp training, she had her product in hand; solar-dried fruits that convert what would be agricultural waste into delicious and nutritious snacks. Mbogo passed around the snacks for everyone in the room to try, and they were a

  • Alise Brillault
  • September 5, 2020
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Acacia Innovations – ESFM Success Story

Kenya Climate Innovation Center is in the process of conducting routine visits to the business premises of applicants of the incubation programme.

Stekar Foods: Exporting fruits and vegetables to uplift Kenyan farmers

Stekar Foods: Exporting fruits and vegetables to uplift Kenyan farmers Smallholder farmers in Kenya produce the majority of the food consumed in the country- 63% to be exact. However, they tend to suffer from quite low levels of income and tend to only sell small portions of their production. In fact, the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) states that

Induction for newer KCIC incubation entrepreneurs

Last Friday, 3rd May 2019, Kenya Climate Innovation Center (KCIC) hosted an induction event for its newer incubation clients. Entrepreneurs in the

Maxfinley’s solar water pumps

Millions of Kenyans lack access to reliable sources of water. In fact, only 9 out of 55 public water service providers in Kenya provide continuous water supply. Seeking to confront this issue is George Maingi, who manufactures solar water pumps at his shop Maxfinley’s Tools and Instruments in Ruiru outside of Nairobi. Related article: Majik Water provides clean

Majik Water provides clean water to Ark Children’s Home

Majik Water is a KCIC client who manufactures a machine that extracts clean drinking water from the atmosphere.

Ecodudu’s zero-waste approach to animal feed and fertilizer

The black soldier fly may be smelly, but it is a nutritional powerhouse and eco-friendly ingredient in animal feed and fertilizer. This is what entrepreneur Adan Mohamad discovered when he was pursuing his campus “side hustle” in feed manufacturing. In working with the traditional proteins used for animal feed, he saw that they were expensive

Launch of Trade for Sustainable Development Hub (T4SD)

Kenya Climate Innovation Center (KCIC) is excited to announce that it is partnering with the International Trade Center (ITC) and Strathmore University Business School

KCIC and clients shine at One Planet Summit

On the 14th of March 2019, world leaders gathered in Nairobi for the third installment of the One Planet Summit. Some of the high-profile guests

MIS Company: Water-efficient irrigation for Kenyan farmers

With today being World Water Day, it begs us to think about the water issues plaguing Kenya, a water scarce country, as well as innovative solutions to counter these problems. The recent deadly droughts in Turkana, Kenya are a painful reminder of this dilemma we are faced with. Climate change is posed to only further