For the two-thirds of Kenya’s population that rely on the food they grow and animals they keep, increasing drought means that many are struggling to produce enough food.
We are addressing drought by teaching farmers techniques for conserving water and soil, and by making drought-tolerant crops available to them:
The project is reaching around 9,000 people in the Kitui area of eastern Kenya. In 2011, the sorghum harvest increased by 249%, helping people move away from food aid.
Farm Africa is working with the African Medical and Research Foundation (AMREF) and the British Society of Plant Breeders (BSPBS).Farm aid not food aid
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