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Ethiopia Inaugurates Africa’s Biggest State-of-the-Art Science, Technology Museum

By Mekonnen Teshome Ethiopia has inaugurated a state-of the-art Science museum with an intention of serving as a research center and a place to preserve...

Africa Making Progress in School-Feeding, More Action Needed

By Sharon Atieno In 2016, the African Union (AU) Heads of States and Governments identified home-grown school-feeding (HGSF) as a valuable opportunity to advance education,...

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Agriculture

Africa Making Progress in School-Feeding, More Action Needed

By Sharon Atieno In 2016, the African Union (AU) Heads of States and Governments identified home-grown school-feeding (HGSF) as a valuable opportunity to advance education, boost local economies and smallholder agriculture, advance the standard development...

Kenya: Kisumu Youth Awarded in AGRA Competition

By Gift Briton As part of plan to popularize agricultural mechanization services in Kenya, a Kisumu-based youth group, has been awarded a brand new John Deere 5050D tractor after emerging the winner in a competition...

Kenya Lifts Ban on Importation, Cultivation of Genetically Modified Crops

By Mary Hearty As part of the medium to long term responses to the ongoing drought, and as a progressive step towards significantly redefining agriculture, Kenya has lifted the ban on importation and cultivation of...

Kenya: Women Groups Venturing into Alternative Livelihoods to Conserve Kakamega Forest

By Treezer Michelle Atieno  Even though Kakamega forest has extensive variety of birds, reptiles and insects that make the biodiversity hub unique, large mammals are now rare. The forest, a tropical rainforest situated in the...

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