A prolonged drought, armyworm invasion, presidential elections and a food subsidy programme to ensure Kenyans do not go hungry. This mission required the collaboration of all actors along the internationaland Kenyan food supply chain. Now that the subsidy programme has ended, Kenya is looking forward to how it can improve the food security situation and mitigate as many hazards as possible. The fertiliser subsidy programme continues with the aim of facilitating improved access to fertiliser at aff ordable prices to help increase yields. Market linkages between farmers and buyers are crucial to develop efficiencies in the Kenyan food chain.
Source: The Star April 16, 2018 21:00 UTC