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Tuesday, December 18, 2018
Farm Africa Partners With Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands to Boost Aqua Farming in Kenya By Farm Africa Kenya’s fish consumption is dependent on wild fisheries and 70 % of this comes from Lake Victoria.  However due to factors...
Far flung communities can now light a bulb, thanks to solar kiosk e-hubbs By Amos Wachira One in seven people in the world have no access to electricity to help them cook, keep food fresh and learn, according to figures from...
His tedious search for goat milk brought him home ripe with a viable idea By Caroline Mwendwa “When the doctor recommended goat milk for my son, I thought it was no big deal until I hit the road in search for...

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Lucy Karingithi in partnership with her son Jeremy, offer a solution to the worries of clean consumption By Amos Wachira In Nairobi and many urban areas, a population explosion is driving the demand for fresh vegetables and fruits. Satellite towns like Syokimau,...
Samuel Mbugua set out to do pig farming, but hurdles along the way turned him into a hydroponics specialist By Caroline Mwendwa When challenges strike, they can either be pitfalls or turn around opportunities. When Samuel Mbugua a biochemistry graduate quit...
By making customized systems and selling them, UkulimaTech is proving vertical farming to be the vestoption for urban farmers When Brenda Ann and two of her friends talked about alternative ways of planting kitchen vegetables apart from using sacks, they...