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Kenya’s Nation TV  journalist Zeynab Wandati has won the 2016-2017 A.H. Boerma Award.  Ms. Wandati is...
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FAO has the capacity to take on the responsibility of coordinating control and management interventions Tackling...

The FAO Country Programming Framework (CPF) 2014-2017 for Kenya sets out priority areas to guide FAO's partnership and support to the Government of Kenya (GoK) at both national and county level to achieve the goals under agenda 2030 that aims to transform Kenya into a middle-income country.

The five CPF priority areas, or outcomes, that resulted from an extensive consultation with the GoK and the Development Partners are as follows: policy, commercialization, natural resources management, resilience and knowledge management.

Meetings / Workshops / Events

  • September 2017, Nairobi - Regional Roundtable on the World Programme for the Census of Agriculture 2020 (WCA 2020)
  • 16 October 2017 - World Food Day 2017 - Theme: "Change the future of Migration. Invest in Food Security and Rural Development"