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Leveraging Hydroponics for Food Security and Climate Action

Easytech Farm Solutions Limited, a Kenyan agricultural technology company, is spearheading a transformative initiative that addresses both global climate impact and local food security challenges. In a world grappling with the consequences of climate change, Easytech’s innovative approach is making a significant difference in Kajiado County, in Kenya, where erratic weather patterns have disrupted agricultural

  • KCIC Communications
  • June 14, 2023
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KCIC and Mott Foundation Reaffirm Energy Partnership

The Kenya Climate Innovation Center (KCIC) and the Mott Foundation have reaffirmed their unwavering commitment to the success of the Productive Use of Solar Energy (PUSE) program. With the selection of enterprises to receive support completed, the pilot program is scheduled to commence in the following weeks. Dr. Robert Ddamulira, Mott’s Environment Program Officer, expressed

Creating job security among Kenyan youths through agribusiness

“The next young billionaires will come from agriculture in the coming years.” This was the remarkable statement by the Kenya Climate Innovation Center Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Joseph Murabula, during the Vijana na AgriBiz Finals. He reiterated the need to support young people with great ideas to change the world. He believes that empowering young

Countering Deforestation

Kenya currently experiences high rates of deforestation, endangering both plants and animals. According to estimates, Kenya’s forest cover has decreased from 10% to 6% since independence, a loss of almost 12,000 hectares yearly. These levels of deforestation have damaged the country because most of its inhabitants depend on the forest to store rainwater, prevent flooding,

Boosting milk production in the Northern Frontier

  Most of the land in Kenya is made up of ASALs, where nomadic pastoralism is practiced. Camels are the primary milk producers in North Eastern Province, one of the core ASAL regions, particularly during the dry season when other livestock perish or become unreliable. A region with a prominent poverty level, frequent flooding or

Focusing on yoghurt production in dry areas

Kenya’s dairy industry is one of the country’s most important economic sectors. The previous several years have seen the rise of new challenges due to the sector’s increasing innovations, investments, and complexity, even with the increased interest that local and foreign investors have shown in it. Rising urbanization and incomes, changes in consumer preferences for

Enhancing AgriBusiness through improved techniques

  In Kenya, the horticulture sector is crucial in ensuring food security, the generation of jobs, and reducing poverty (Agricultural Sector Coordination Unit [ASCU], 2011). A majority of Kenyan producers who engage in some sort of horticulture agriculture rely heavily on the sector for their food security and family earnings, and it both, directly and

Promoting Drip Irrigation to enhance food security

Drip irrigation technology can help farms adapt to climate change by ensuring effective water use. By supplying the appropriate water resources directly to the plant as needed, drip irrigation lowers the demand for water during seasonal droughts and reduces water evaporation losses. Due to the rising population, unpredictable rainfall brought on by recurring droughts, and

How AgrBiz Grant is changing Lives in Isiolo

To raise the money for the establishment of Apple, Steve Jobs had to sell his Volkswagen. Blood and sweat alone do not build a corporate empire. It is impossible to overstate the necessity of capital for the launch of a firm. It is essential. Resources related to funding a business are among the most popular

Focusing on mechanization for sustainable agriculture

Agriculture mechanization is a significant contribution to crop production and has generally been ignored with regard to developing nations. The ability to develop sufficient land is compromised by factors that make farm power less accessible. These factors have long been seen as sources of poverty, notably in sub-Saharan Africa. Expanding the power supply to agribusiness