Kenya Climate Ventures (KCV), a World Bank Fund, just concluded an investment round in Sistema.bio to deliver sustainable renewable energy and agricultural solutions to farmers in Kenya.The convertible debt investment will help accelerate Sistema.bio’s expansion and growth of the existing market in Kenya. This will ensure residents in rural areas gain access to clean energy by profitably managing all the waste in their households while safeguarding their health.
In the heart of Bahari Constituency, Kilifi County, is Matsangoni Model Health Centre. “This is where the Moringa tree journey began,” notes the Chief Executive Officer of Kilifi Moringa Estates (KME) Papu Haroon. The health facility is home to 360 moringa trees.
Climate change continues to increase risks to businesses, infrastructure, assets and economies leading to slower than expected growth of Small and Micro Enterprises (SMEs) into corporates that are able to promote climate-smart solutions.
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