Originally published on September 5, 2014.

With outdated technologies and practices, Kenya’s smallholder farmers struggle to reach their productive potential, and have limited access to markets and financial services. Since 1998, Land O’Lakes International Development has been helping to enhance agricultural practices and tools, while addressing a shortage of adequate health care. This fact sheet outlines our programs in Kenya from 1998 to the present. Updated February 2016.
 

 
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