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Mushroom Farming: Graduate reaping the fruits of fungi culture

Mushrooms, an ancient delicacy, were traditionally picked from the wild, and farmers did not grow them commercially. Today, mushroom farming is a popular job source of income for many young people worldwide. Armed with skills and knowledge, 24-year-old, Catherine Wanjiku, prepares mushroom farms, plants them, harvests, and packs them for sale. She also educates farmers

ClimateLaunchPad: Your ticket to global success

ClimateLaunchpad is the world’s largest green business ideas competition. Innovation and invention can lead the way to a clean future. That’s why we create a stage for the people who have great cleantech ideas and help them develop those ideas into startups making global impact. ClimateLaunchpad is being implemented in Kenya by Kenya Climate Innovation

Bungoma Agribusiness Expo set for Friday, May 13

The first edition of the Bungoma Agribusiness Expo will be kicking off on May 13 at Posta Grounds in Bungoma with the participation of major agricultural aggregators, local farmers, and investors from Bungoma.   In association with Kenya Climate Innovation Centre, KCIC, the County Government of Bungoma welcomes producers, suppliers, and distributors to the Expo. The one-day

Sh 2m up for grabs by university students with Cleantech Innovations

Kenya Climate Innovation Centre, in a collaborative effort with the Embassy of Switzerland, SICPA and Strathmore University, has launched the Cleantech Innovation Competition to strengthen idea stage businesses in the cleantech sector to address environmental problems. The competition, whose applications are now open, will identify and reward university students in Kenya with innovative clean technology

The Machakos Business Incubation Hub To Impact More Agribusinesses

Machakos now officially joins Meru in owning a business incubation hub. The Hub is home to Agribiz clients and a resource centre for agribusinesses seeking assistance in their projects. The launch of the Hub, which took place on 14th March 2022, was graced by the Danida Head of Cooperation, Trine Grønborg and the EU Head

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HOPE FOR WOMEN AND YOUTH IN AGRIBUSINESS IN MACHAKOS AS KCIC AND THE COUNTY LAUNCH BUSINESS INCUBATION HUB Machakos, 14th March 2022 – The European Union together with Denmark (Danida), the County Government of Machakos and Kenya Climate Innovation Center (KCIC) through the AgriBiz programme has launched a Business Incubation Hub to support agriculture in the

Innovation, technology and money are vital in making Kenya food secure – Dr Mungai.

On Tuesday, 9th March, KCIC CEO Dr. Mungai participated in policy conversations on Zero Hunger alongside Denmark’s Minister for Food & Agriculture, Chief Administrative Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture, Country Directors of World Food Program (WFP) and representatives from the Konrad Adenauer Foundation (KAF). The panel discussion was held at the SDGs Village at the ongoing

KCIC gave us a website which is transforming our business

In today’s world, the place where most markets go is the internet. According to the Entrepreneurs council, 93% of business decisions start with a search engine. If you do not have a website, you only sell to 7% of your market. This means for enterprises that don’t have a website, their customer base is highly

GreenBiz is transforming farmers’ yields in the Arid Areas

Kenya Climate Innovation Center (KCIC) supports the growth and development of innovative, clean technology business models through the GreeBiz program. The program’s objective is to accelerate green growth in Kenya. For example, in the arid plains of Oloitoktok in Kajiado county, a farmers’ group is doing intensive farming and producing bountiful harvests from their farms.

A breath of fresh air: Scaling up cleaner cooking solutions

In many developing countries, using solid fuels in open fires for cooking and heating creates everyday health concerns right in the home.    The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates 4 million deaths each year from illnesses attributable to household air pollution. Chronic lung and heart disease mainly affects the women and children who stay inside,