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Go into agribiz, KCIC urges women and youth

Kenya Climate Innovation Centre (KCIC) is calling upon youth and women in Isiolo, Uasin Gishu, Machakos and Kisii to engage in agribusiness with ready and available financial and technical support from the AgriBiz program funded by the European Union and Danida. KCIC CEO, Dr. Edward Mungai made the call in Machakos County Government offices where

Women and youth in Isiolo among the best clients for the AgriBiz Programme

The paradox of Isiolo county is that it is a very big city, with a small population of around 268,000 people. It stands as being one of the counties with the largest poverty index due to the prolonged and significant environmental issues, poor performance of schools and youth unemployment. This has led many youths in

Kisii and Uasin Gishu sign MOU with KCIC to bring more wealth to farmers

The County Governors of Kisii and Uasin Gishu, H.E James Ongwae and H.E Jackson Mandago respectively, have signed an agreement with Kenya Climate Innovation Centre (KCIC) to support a remarkable project that will accelerate wealth creation for the people in the two counties and the neighbouring areas. The project is designed to change the lives

SolarFresh: A technology to keep fruits and vegetables fresh longer

Sustainable and effective cold chains are crucial for the transportation of food and medicine, but in many parts of rural Africa they have been sorely lacking. Tackling this issue is a Kenyan startup SolarFresh, which is using solar energy in fruits and vegetable cold transportation trucks and retail kiosks. “Two years ago, I set off

Green Pavers: Housing Africa using plastic waste

Using one of the country’s problems to solve another is the philosophy behind Green Pavers whose mission is to develop affordable housing materials from recycled plastic. Did you know that Nairobi County generates 30 metric tonnes of waste of which 20 percent is plastic? . One out of three residents of Nairobi cannot afford a

A mobile app that could solve Nairobi’s water supply problems

Turning on the tap to get a glass of water, brush your teeth or take a shower should not be a guessing game. A metallic taste, sulfuric smell or unsightly residue cannot only ruin a cold drink, but also can be a hazard to health and home. More so, the lack of access and the