Program Update Kenya

Stakeholders from Kenya’s agriculture sector came together in mid-April to kickoff Kenya’s effort to collect data for and complete the second Biennial Review (BR) process of the Malabo Commitments and […]
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Kenya government officials at the national and county level, alongside non-state actors, have been working together to develop a guiding national agricultural framework following devolution.  USAID, through Feed the Future’s […]
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As a USAID learning partner, Africa Lead supports the Partnership for Resilience and Economic Growth (PREG) Learning Agenda. Since 2016, Africa Lead’s facilitative leadership in PREG has helped USAID Kenya […]
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The average age of a farmer in Kenya is 61. In a country where nearly 75% of the total population is below 35, youth unemployment has remained at nearly 20% for the last ten years. For many of Kenya’s unemployed youth, agriculture presents a viable business opportunity to create a long-lasting livelihood. The agriculture sector, however, remains largely unattractive to the youth and their participation is hindered mostly by lack of access to land, finance, and markets.
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Seventy-five percent of Kenyans derive all or part of their livelihoods from agriculture which also accounts for more than half of Kenya's gross domestic product. The Agriculture Council of Kenya (AgCK) was established in 2015 by six agriculture sector interest groups to represent the under-represented groups that make Kenya’s agriculture sector a major part of Kenya’s economy.
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As USAID Kenya’s lead learning partner in the Partnership for Resilience and Economic Growth (PREG), Africa Lead participated in the inaugural ASAL Conference. The objective was to create a platform for prioritization and realigning of the ASALs development agenda with the national development priorities for accelerated social, economic and cultural development,
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Kericho County is one of the epicenters of tea farming and processing, dairy production, and food crop production in Kenya. Though the varieties of agricultural value chains are extensive, many […]
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The Sugar Campaign for Change (SUCAM), a recipient of the Africa Lead/CAADP Non-state Actors Coalition (CNC) Small Grants Program (SGP), facilitated a Validation Workshop on 9 August 2018 at Merryland […]
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The Africa Agribusiness Academy (AAA) in partnership with the Africa Lead /Non-State Actors Coalition (CNC)/Small Grants Program held a validation workshop for entrepreneurs and SMEs in agriculture aimed at supporting […]
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Africa Lead (also known as PREG Learning) facilitated the FY19 ‘speed dating’ joint work planning workshop for USAID’s Partnership for Resilience and Economic Growth (PREG) on 9 August 2018 in […]
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