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  • The Co-op Bank has secured $10 million in funding to lend to agribusinesses

    Posted on :Monday , 26th April 2021

    The Fund, an impact investment sub-fund for Sub-Saharan Africa, has given $10 million to Co-operative Bank for on-lending to sustainable agribusinesses.


    The fund's first investment in Kenya provides much-needed funding to businesses looking to improve sustainable agricultural practises, which is especially necessary given the difficult operating environment gener. . .

  • Kalro receives Sh300,000 in EU funding to improve food security

    Posted on :Tuesday , 30th March 2021

    The European Union has given the Kenya Agricultural and Livestock Research Organization Sh300 million to help with food security.


    The funds will also be used to expand research and the use of climate-smart technology in the fight against climate change.


    The AgriFI Kenya Climate Smart Agricultural Productivity Project will introduce the five-year programme.<. . .

  • Kenyan chamber of commerce enhance bilateral relations in Sharjah

    Posted on :Thursday , 4th March 2021

    The Sharjah Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI) and the Kenya National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KNCCI) have explored ways to work together to open a representative office for the KNCCI in the emirate in order to strengthen bilateral relations and support the two countries' business communities.


    This happened during a meeting between the SCCI and its President Ric. . .

  • FAO and UN to invest Shs 7 million in Climate Smart Agriculture

    Posted on :Thursday , 21st January 2021

    The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and United Nation Women (UN) have formally kicked off a Shs 7 million project aimed at strengthening women’s capacity to meaningfully engage in Climate Smart Agriculture (CSA).


    The four-year project in three Arid and Semi-Arid Lands (ASAL) Counties of Laikipia, West Pokot and Kitui is funded by the Korea Internati. . .

  • Kenyan farmers self-reliant with AFC's credit funding

    Posted on :Wednesday , 6th January 2021

    Franklin Bett, Chairman of the Board of Agricultural Finance Corporation (AFC), urged residents of the county of Marsabit to use corporate lending in order to enhance food safety and generate wealth.


    Mr. Bett said that the government committed to make Kenyans autonomous, providing not only affordable but also flexible credit for generating wealth and transforming life. The Ch. . .


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