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ICIPE seeks to tame bee diseases with training

Over 40 bee keeps from 26 English speaking countries in Africa have received training aimed at increasing awareness, prevention and control of bee pests and diseases, at a time when the pollinator insects’ survival is threatened by most chemical pesticides used in modern farming. ad more...

The young Kenyan voices that gets the world listen...

The angelic voices of Jirani Children’s Choir have delighted the ears and warmed the hearts of global audience, yet behind the tunes is the story of hardwork, determination and a will to succeed against odds. ad more...

Beekeeping project entice farmers with quick mone...

A project to draw farmers to the neglected bee farming is yielding results with farmers in the trade now earning upto Sh400 for a kilo of honey and spending less on space and expenses. Read more...

Affordable games for kids

Even as video games for kids become the in thing nowadays, there are still some games for kids who cant afford the videogames. The games make for fun adventures designed to stimulate the imagination and promote exercise and laughter while teaching kids about their native language and culture. Read more...

KARI launches feed making machine to preserve dwin...

The Kenya Agricultural Research Institute has come up with a low cost machine that makes livestock feed from crop residue in a move aimed at preserving dwindling pasture while saving the environment which usually bears the brunt of farmers burning excess residue. Read more...

Breakfast campaign seeks to boost kids’ attention ...

Nestle Kenya through its MILO brand has launched a healthy breakfast campaign for kids at a time when researchers attribute lack of breakfast to poor concentration in class and malnutrition in  more than one third of children in developing countries. Read more...

HIV testing costs and options in Nairobi

At least 53 percent of HIV positive adults in Kenya don't know that they are infected. This despite many testing campaigns initiated by both government and the private sector. Read more....

Maasai women farmers lead in water harvesting

A group of Maasai women in the Olepolos area of Kajiado are leading in water harvesting which is showering their farms at a time when climate related drought has taken its toll on their livestock. Read more....

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Community granary spares farmers’ produce from floods

Farmers in the deluge prone Bunyala area of Budalangi who have traditionally lost their harvest due to incessant floods are now assured of safety of their harvests thanks to community granaries that are built on dry areas.  Read more...

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