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KCV signs loan agreement with Shammah Rown Group to finance seedling production technology 

Kenya Climate Ventures has given Shammah Rown Group a loan investment to help the company set up a tissue culture laboratory in western Kenya. This marks a significant step forward in Shammah Rown Group’s roadmap to increase their production capacity of certified and safe food and tree seedlings. The loan agreement underscores the purpose of

KCV Clients Receive CO-Financing From KKCF

Sunken Limited , Rafode Limited and Hydroponics Africa Limited are among the overall winners of the just concluded Kakuma Kalobeyei Challenge Fund competition. The Kakuma Kalobeyei Challenge Fund (KKCF) is a program run by the International Finance Corporation implemented together with the Africa Enterprise Challenge Fund, UNHCR and the Turkana County Government. Structured on a

Going nuts: Farmers’ big bet to escape poverty

Macadamia farming is a sunrise industry. It holds much promise for farmers, the economy and consumers alike, particularly as the market is experiencing exponential growth in demand. The potential of the macadamia farming and processing industry is still young in Kenya, meaning that farmers are still learning the trade tricks. Therefore, the industry requires more

Farmers struggling with dead land, there is hope

The use of artificial fertilizers and pesticides would possibly increase yields. Still, these inputs are out of reach to many small-scale farmers as they require capital and risk environmental pollution. Farmers are, therefore, being encouraged to turn to organic farming to improve their yield production. Agri Flora Organic Solutions is an early-stage company trying to

Company serving health miracles from the Moringa tree

Botanic Treasures is a health and wellness company dealing with the value addition of speciality foods. The production and processing of Moringa oileifera is its primary business activity. The social enterprise has empowered over 300 smallholder farmers to grow Moringa oleifera, a highly nutritious vegetable plant. In addition, the enterprise produces nutritional supplements and fortified

Increasing Sustainability by reducing Women’s Vulnerabilities to Climate Change with Sunken Limited

Sunken Limited is a medium-sized enterprise working in the renewable energy sector in Kenya. They fabricate energy efficient cook stoves in their factory in Kakuma and distribute these in the Kakuma and Kalobeyei refugee camp as well as the wider Turkana Region. In addition to the stoves, Sunken Limited also distributes solar powered irrigation pumps

  • Christiane Amare Lemma
  • January 28, 2022
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Using Local Resources to Provide Livelihoods with HornAfrik Gums Limited

HornAfrik Gums Limited utilizes untapped resources to provide alternate livelihood opportunities to local pastoralists. The company collects gums and resin in Wajir, Moyale and Marsabit in Northern Kenya. In 2016, the company noted gums and resin resource availability in Northern Kenya and started running the business informally.  The CEO of HornAfrik Gums Limited, Roble Garad,

Sustainable Farming with Hydroponics Africa Limited

Sustainable farming has become the frontier of the growing agricultural sector by promoting innovative resources and technologies in farm activities. Hydroponics Africa Limited, an advocate of sustainable farming, utilizes a hydroponic technology that decreases the amount of water needed to grow healthy plants. Hydroponic systems use 80% less water than traditional farming methods through their

The Menace of E- waste

On Thursday 14th October 2021, Kenya joined the world in marking The International E-Waste day which involved a call to all innovators, producers, consumers and technology companies to increase their sustainability agenda on e-waste management. The Global E-Waste Monitor of 2020 reported that 53.6 million metric tonnes of e-waste was generated globally in 2019 alone,

Taming Kenyan schools’ addiction to firewood

When it is lunchtime in most schools in Kenya, heavy smoke fills the air. Cooks who report for duty at 5AM every weekday and work until 8PM rush to serve more than 1,000 students and staff. But it is not the hard work or the long hours that bother most of these cooks – it