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Blue economy nets Sh105m for aquatic foods research

FUNDS:  Kenya’s blue economy has tapped Sh105 million for research in aquatic foods from a kitty targeting African nations following […]

Gender gap narrows as more girls enrol in schools, shows report

There are still many girls that are out of school, but there is hope as a new report indicates that […]

Alarm as students snub agriculture-based courses

Players in education and agriculture sectors are expressing concern over agriculture studies increasingly losing its allure among Kenyan students. They […]

How avocado exports can bring prosperity to local farmers

MARKET: Increased export of avocados to high value European markets promises to boost incomes of smallholder producers by nearly 39 […]

Teachers face daunting reopening challenges

As phased opening of schools begins, educationists are calling for emphasis on better training, professional development and leadership skills for […]

Global research station changed to conservancy

The 32,000-acre International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) Kapiti Research Station will now become a wildlife conservancy following an agreement with […]

Met urges farmers to adopt new seeds to survive low rains

Mwangi Mumero For Maina Muiyuro, a smallholder farmer at Munyutha village in Kahuro sub-county, Murang’a county, the second planting season […]

Most farmers feel the squeeze of pandemic, says study

DISTRESS: At least 86 per cent of Kenyan farmers are worse off compared to last year mainly due to the […]