Crop Failure is Terrible

8th May 2018

Crop Failure is Terrible “Imagine that a spell of bad weather wipes out a whole potato crop dramatically reducing the supply. The human cost could be devastating- the nineteen-century potato blight in Ireland saw crop failures of up to 30 percent, contributing to the Great Famine of 1844 to 1849 in which one million people […]

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Civil Society representatives from Amnesty International, Hakijamii and SCHORA during the award of Trophy to JKUAT debating champions

JKUAT Emerged Winner in Intervarsity Human Rights Debate 2017

9th January 2018

JKUAT Emerged Winner in Intervarsity Human Rights Debate 2017 Today, Amnesty International (Kenya), Hakijamii and EachRights paid a courtesy call to the Office of Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) Vice Chancellor, Prof Mabel Imbuga. JKUAT currently has a student population of 45,000 students and there are 50 registered groups in the institution. […]

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Rain is a blessing

4th May 2017

RAIN IS A BLESSING  Here in Ukunda town it has been raining mostly for the last 2 weeks. The residents are happy. Rainfall is a blessing. The same is the case in other parts of Kenya.  When there was no rain, people cried. Hunger reached it’s climax. People slept on empty stomach most of the […]

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Blog4Dev and win a trip to Washington DC

6th January 2017

World Bank has announced an opportunity for young bloggers to get a chance for training  and visit World Bank headquarters in Washington DC through Blog4Dev. Applications are invited from Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda. The common requirements for the three countries are as follows: Aged between 18 to 28 years living in your home country (Rwanda, Uganda […]

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Pig Farming in Nairobi City County

Financing Nairobi City County Agriculture during the FY 2016/2017

21st August 2016

NAIROBI CITY COUNTY Nairobi City County (NCC) is unique in many ways. It is the only county considered to be entirely urban. Therefore, the kind of agriculture practiced here can be classified under peri-urban agriculture.  NCC’s biggest share of the agriculture budget is allocated towards administration, planning and support services. This will receive a whopping […]

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Symposium to Create Shared Value in Kenya Agribusiness

21st March 2014

The following is an analysis of various agricultural efforts made my counties around the country in Kenya. Read and enjoy! The content on this article is about shared value:  Nyeri County Nyeri County has a population of 693,558 people according to recent statistics from the county offices. She produces 6,000 MT of coffee every year. […]

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