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Inferring from global demographics, it is conclusive to say that the mortality rates are declining as a result of increasing living standards that closely relate to the industrial revolution. Consequently, the...

At such times of unpredictable weather patterns, high cost of production, deteriorating soil fertility and inaccessible markets, working with an organization that builds the capacity of farmers to reverse the effects...

Some insects are a human bother, they hover around our personal spaces, sting, bite and are disease vectors. Maybe we would fantasize of a world without insects. However, others are...

Smallholder farmers in Kenya produce the majority of the food consumed in the country- 63% to be exact. However, they tend to suffer from quite low levels of income...

The black soldier fly may be smelly, but it is a nutritional powerhouse and eco-friendly ingredient in animal feed and fertilizer.

This is what entrepreneur Adan Mohamad discovered when he...

Every year, the number of youth graduating from colleges and other tertiary institutions continues to soar. Recently, as the rate of unemployment continues to increase, agribusiness continues to gain popularity...

Kenya is a country that simultaneously suffers from malnutrition and food waste. On the one hand, USAID reports that nearly a quarter of Kenyan children under 5 suffer from...

Seth Siegel in his book ‘let there be water’ notes that by 2035, about 60% of the land mass will be water scarce leading to a humanitarian and economic crisis...