K-SALES Impact Report

Originally published on February 21, 2018.

This report highlights the impact of the $20 million Food For Progress Kenya Semi-Arid Livestock Enhancement  Support initiative, which targeted the beef, sheep and goat meat value chains. 

The project served 78,728 farmers and 3,200 agribusinesses including women-owned micro, small and medium enterprises, input wholesalers,retailers and exporters.

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