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Food security

A push for agriculture policies review to boost agribusiness

According to the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO) in Kenya, agriculture remains vital to Kenya’s economy, accounting for 26% of GDP and another 27% of GDP indirectly through links with other industries. Moreover, 40% of the population works in the industry, while more than 70% of Kenyans live in rural areas.

Irrigation systems: A primary tool in fighting climate change

Water is a necessary component of life. Water makes up over 70% of the human body, while plants comprise nearly 90% of water. Crops, too, require water to grow and flourish. Irrigation is applying water to the soil artificially using tubes, pumps, and sprays. Irrigation is commonly employed in locations where rainfall is unpredictable or

Farmer’s Push for Zero-Hunger proving Fruitful

The semi-arid plains of Emali in Makueni county are home to Pearl Agro enterprises. This Agro-based seed company produces hybrid seeds of maize and soya. The SME started in 2017 and has its activities across East Africa. The rise in food shortage occasioned by the fast-growing population and land becoming smaller every day due to

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

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.