CS Mwangi Kiunjuri with Ms Heather Schildge, USAID Kenya Mission Deputy Director during the Agri-Nutrition Conference at the Kenya School of Government.
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CS Mwangi Kiunjuri today opened a 3-day Agri-Nutrition Conference which is going on at the Kenya School of Government. He challenged Kenyans to change their dietary behavior in order to improve their health. “Over reliance on one or only a few food types slows human growth” he said.
Prevailing conditions are favourable for maize production in most parts of the Country. Harvesting has commenced in most regions apart from North Rift and some parts of south Rift. Harvesting is expected to continue in August with favourable yields expected. There has been a reduction in FAW infestations due to enhanced rainfall and chemical spraying. […]
The Regional Strategic Analysis and Knowledge Support System (ReSAKSS) is an Africa-wide network of regional nodes supporting implementation of the Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Programme (CAADP). ReSAKSS offers high-quality analyses and knowledge products to improve policy making, track progress, document success, and derive lessons for the implementation of the CAADP agenda and other agricultural and […]
The Ministry in collaboration with International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) has in maintaining an e-Atlas for country Data sets and statistics. The URL for the product is http://eatlas.resakss.org/
Prevailing conditions are favorable for maize production in most parts of the Country. The government fertilizer subsidy program has also contributed to favorable maize performance. There has been a reduction in FAW infestation due to intensive rainfall received in most parts of the Country. However, extremely wet conditions adversely affected beans production in most parts […]
Crop condition map showing crop conditions information in Kenya regions as of 23rd May 2018. Crop conditions over the main growing areas are based on a combination of inputs including remotely sensed data, ground observations, field reports, national, and regional experts. Conditions that are other than favorable are labeled on the map with their driver. […]