Increased economic benefits to stakeholders in the dairy value chain
In the Central and Rift Valley regions, Land O’Lakes improved access to market-linked business development services and increased the quality of milk sold to markets by 140 percent. This USAID-funded program supported 338,000 rural households, nearly half of which are headed by women, and increased smallholder incomes by more than 208 percent. Land O’Lakes helped create 25,000 jobs, and 185,000 farmers are using improved technologies to increase on-farm productivity.
A group of farmers just outside of Nyeri are now selling their eggs to the Aberdare Country Club thanks to an agreement facilitated by K-YES.
A future in agribusiness: Linking young farmers to the Kenyan market
The K-YES Program connects Kenyan youth to agriculture business opportunities Read More
Value addition to improve overall livestock value
This is the third in a three-part blog series which features successes and lessons learned of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Kenya Semi-Arid Livestock Enhancement (K-SALES) program. Read More