On a late afternoon at Mbegi ya Akorino village in Gilgil, Nakuru county. Regina Nderitu is bee busy, scouting at...
Strengthening Regulatory Frameworks and Capacities
Contributing to technical regulations, strategies and policies, and enhancing quality infrastructure services in priority value chains.
Supporting Smallholder Farmers and SMEs
Improving skills for compliance to market requirements in order to improve competitiveness and market access.
Outreach on Key Quality and Safety Issues
Increasing awareness on food safety, quality, and Sanitary and Phytosanitary (SPS) matters.
MARKET ACCESS UPGRADE PROGRAMME.
MARKUP aims contribute to the economic development of Kenya by increasing the value of both extra and intra-regional agricultural exports in selected horticulture sub sectors ie. snow peas and peas, mangoes, passion fruit, nuts, chilies, herbs and spices.
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As the world marks the second WFSD today, EU has been in the fore front supporting this important sector, which affects humans in health and wealth.
In a special way and in the wake of Covid19
15 counties have received posters bearing food safety messages across 15 counties, through a European Union (EU) supported project.
On a sunny Friday afternoon, farms along the Nakuru-Njoro road are a beehive of activities with farmers preparing their pieces of land in anticipation for the planting season.
For years Makutano farm in Bungoma county’s Kanduyi area, specialized in growing collard green vegetable, commonly known as sukumawiki.
The European Union (EU) will spend 3.7m (Sh425.5m) to address supply and market access constrains in several agricultural value chains.
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Agriculture contributes directly an average of 27.3 percent of the national GDP and provides a source of livelihood to the majority of Kenyans.
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