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Sustainability is profitability

Over the years, every entrepreneur has been fixing their eyes on the returns from the business. Some businesses such as plastic processing and polythene paper processers have ended up being banned and others brought to untimely closure due to the unsustainability of the business in the long run. In the current era, the profitability and

How to Integrate small-scale farmers into the global market.

Small-scale agriculture is the primary source of food, it contributes 80 percent of the food consumed in a majority of developing countries. This high percentage therefore points at the role played by small-scale agriculture in tackling  food security, as a source of food and as a source of livelihood for a large number of people

How the world can build sustainable, resilient and inclusive societies

We are living in unprecedented times when the world is grappling with various difficulties of climate change and interlinked vulnerabilities radiating from globalization. Quality standard of life for humans and other components of the ecosystem is under peril. There are numerous disasters that continue to shock the world as well as other chronic stresses that

  • Solomon Irungu N
  • January 12, 2021
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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

Conventional or Organic Farming?

“Economic growth and an increasing total global population have driven the human civilization into resource-intensive diets. Convectional farming has traditionally fulfilled the course of increasing demand but has largely falling short of addressing an equally important problem of climate change, prompting the gradual shift to organic farming” Conventional farming is characteristic of high-input modern agriculture

Green Financing

Today, human civilization faces a pressing problem of increasing global vulnerability to climate change that demands urgent action towards the reduction of carbon emissions. Unfortunately, global warming and the collective idea of climate change has greatly been attributed to economic activities with the aspiration for value maximization. Inexplicably, the banking industry constitutes the principal component

SMEs Have the Potential to Motivate Employees to Boost Productivity

SMEs Have the Potential to Motivate Employees to Boost Productivity Employees are the most valuable asset in any business and therefore their satisfaction and motivation are important to the growth and success of a business. It is also an established fact that employee productivity is highly dependent on how motivated they are.  However, Small and

  • Gladwinnie Wangechi Ngatia
  • September 17, 2020
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Asset or Risk? Repositioning Kenya’s Youth in Agribusiness

Africa has the world’s youngest population. As the Ibrahim Forum report observed in 2019, a staggering 60% of Africa’s population was under the age of 25 years. Additionally, the Population Reference Bureau projects that by 2030, the population of young people in Africa -those below 35 years of age- will constitute 75% of the continent’s population, accounting

  • Arnold Muthanga
  • September 3, 2020
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The paradox of water is a reality in this century

The commemoration of World Water Week in 2020 has been met by unprecented times when the world is grappling with the Coronavirus pandemic. This however does not stop the world from addressing the challenges of a very vital resources: water. World Water Week is commemorated every year in late August. This year marks the 30th