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Kakamega county has started a programme to promote horticulture to end farmers’ overreliance on sugar cane. The county’s economy depends on sugar cane farming as
UK aid from the UK government has enabled 2,000 young farmers in western Kenya to build sustainable livelihoods in the horticulture sector. A total of
Pig farmers in Kakamega and the larger Western region have been encouraged to raise exotic breeds for commercial purposes. County officer in charge of pig
Although agriculture is the backbone of Embu County and supports the livelihoods of people living there, food security for smallholder farmers in the county is
After completing her high school education, 31-year-old Emily Jepkosgei from Mokoyo Village in Elgeyo Marakwet had her future figured out. Upon finalising a computer literacy