Nairobi, Kenya: The Government has spent Sh180 million to purchase and distribute improved traditional seeds for planting in selected arid and semi-arid areas.
Africa's agricultural sector could become a $1 trillion industry by 2030 if governments and the private sector radically rethink policies and support for farmers, the World Bank said in a report released last week.
Africa's food market, currently valued at $313 billion a year, could triple if farmers modernized their practices and
Saham Global through its office at Saham East Africa Ltd., Kenya and in cooperation with 1MoreTime Foundation and ABAC Holland.
We are of great pride and privilege to support Kenya Rural Agri Food Processing Project.
The productivity of dairy cows is nearly three times higher in Kenya than elsewhere in Sub-Saharan Africa, a new report reveals.
Indeed, with better policies and Government support, the sector can help grow African agribusiness to a trillion-dollar food market by 2030.