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Enhancing Opportunities for Women’s Enterprises (EOWE) programme in Narok County

Kamau Kinyua of Narok County Economic Planing unit, training stakeholders on county policy and budget making processes. This meeting was held on 29th June 2017 at Kims Breeze Hotel. 

Where can I get quality bales of Boma Rhodes hay?

Do you need quality bales of Bhoma Rhodes hay?

Then you are in the right place at the right time. 

Nguzo Africa in partnership with local pasture farmers in Narok have produced more than 10,000 bales of quality Boma Rhodes pasture for you this season.  

10-point memorandum to the Task Force on Coffee Sub-Sector Reforms

On 3rd March 2016, President Uhuru Kenyatta appointed the Taskforce on Coffee Sub-Sector Reforms. By 24th March 2016, the task force should have come up with actionable solutions to revive coffee sub sector in Kenya.

How to start coffee farming and become a millionaire

By Elizaphan Ogechi

Are you aspiring to make money through agribusiness?

Then coffee farming is the best bet that can help you make lots of money in less than five years. 

5 simple ways to deliver the Coffee Taskforce report in 20 days

By Elizaphan Ogechi

What can one do in 20 days?

How a new coffee variety Batian made Embu farmer a millionaire in 5 years

Embu farmer has demonstrated that you can be a millionaire through coffee farming without bank loans, venture capitalist or selling stock.

100,000 certified Batian coffee seedlings available for farmers in Narok, Kenya

Nguzo Africa in partnership with Coffee Research Institute through financial support from European Union has produced over 100 000 certified Batian variety coffee seedlings for sale to farmers in Narok and surrounding counties. 

Coffee farming profitable than negatively portrayed by #KeCoffeeCrisis campaign

Commercial Coffee Millers and Marketing Agents Association (CCMMAA) have clarified that coffee farming is profitable than recently portrayed by vigorous misleading campaign by the media.

Coffee farming in Narok County, Kenya

Although coffee production was introduced in Kenya in 1893, it is in 2014 that Nguzo Africa in collaboration with KALRO-Coffee Research Institute introduced commercial coffee production in Narok County.

I See a Bright Future for Coffee Farmers, If " #KeCoffeeCrisis" Campaign is Sustained

The Daily Nation, campaign to win justice for farmers and calls for rejuvenation of the coffee sector should be supported and sustained to meet its objectives.

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