Program Update Kenya

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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In traditional African kitchens, the pot serves as an essential tool for the welfare of the family. Girls fetch water from the river, mothers brew porridge for the younger children, […]
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Africa Lead works as the learning support program to USAID’s Partnership for Resilience and Growth (PREG) in Kenya, regularly convening and facilitating learning between 24 of USAID’s implementing programs and government partners […]
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In 2018, Africa Lead continued to support institutional strengthening of the Agricultural Council of Kenya (AgCK) to consolidate membership, policy engagement, and dialogue. Through the hiring of an institutional sustainability […]
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The Joint Agriculture Secretariat (JAS) is the operational secretariat that supports the Joint Agriculture Sector Consultation and Cooperation Mechanism (JASCCOM), the organ that facilitates sector coordination by following up on […]
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Africa Lead facilitated the inaugural meeting of the Partnership for Resilience and Economic Growth (PREG) Nutrition Technical Working Group (NTWG) on 19 October 2017 at the UNICEF offices in Nairobi. Thirty-five […]
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As part of ongoing support to the development of Kenya’s new Agriculture Sector Transformation and Growth Strategy (ASTGS), Africa Lead served as the technical facilitator for Kenya’s first national “writeshop” […]
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Youth Consortium Chair Emmanuel Ngore presents youth priorities to 75 stakeholders developing the new “Agriculture Sector Growth and Transformation Strategy” in Naivasha, Kenya. Photo Credit: Africa Lead Naivasha, Kenya (6 […]
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Drought emergency, human conflict, and endemic poverty is a chronic risk for communities in Kenya’s arid and semi-arid lands (ASALs). Spanning 23 counties and representing 89 percent of the country’s […]
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Devolution – the delegation of power from the national government to county governments – is a central pillar in Kenya’s new constitution set into law in 2010. Seven years later, […]
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