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13 January 2021
Poultry value chain business models: options for improvement to enhance adoption of good practices Low adoption of biosecurity practices along the livestock value chain creates a number of public health risks, such as those associated with zoonoses and livestock-driven antimicrobial resistance. As the adoption of good practices involves some change –...
11 December 2020
The project targets women in ASAL counties of Laikipia, West Pokot and Kitui. 11 Dec 2020 – Nairobi, Kenya. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and UN Women have today jointly signed a USD 5million project funded by the Korea International Corporation Agency (KOICA). The four year project...
27 November 2020
Projects are worth a total of Ksh 650 million targeting the 14 counties 27 November 2020, Kisumu.  – The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations today launched six projects to be implemented within the Lake Region Economic Block (LREB) worth Ksh 650m. These programs focus mainly on enhancing job...
16 November 2020
The first woman to hold the position in Kenya The newly appointed Food and Agriculture Representative to Kenya Mrs Carla  Elisa Luis Mucavi was yesterday welcomed by the Cabinet Secretary Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Cooperatives (MoALF&C) Hon. Peter Munya.  Mrs. Mucavi who started her appointment on 1 November 2020, was...
28 October 2020
The fund is to boost youth agribusinesses Kiambu County, Kenya: 40 Youth groups in Kiambu County who have been trained on agribusiness by Food and Agriculture organization of the United Nations (FAO) have received a total of Ksh 5.7m interest free loans from Youth Enterprise Development Fund (YEDF). Speaking during the handover of the...
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