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@AfUncensored @MeshaScience @KisumuCountyKE @hivosroea @WeAreVCA @InnoDeckoks @MbuthiNjeri @catevacemuema @dskiplagat @JuliusMbatia1 @justlonestar @WilliamwuoAbala @TeresiaGitau3 @loveablekathia @Brian_misiati @MeteoKenya INDICATORS OF CLIMATE CHANGE IN THE KE.

✔️Melting & retreat of mountain glaciers in Mt. Kenya.
✔️Increasing frequency of EWEs.
✔️Unpredictable & irregular rainfall patterns.



@AfUncensored @MeshaScience @KisumuCountyKE @hivosroea @WeAreVCA @InnoDeckoks @MbuthiNjeri @catevacemuema @dskiplagat @JuliusMbatia1 @justlonestar @WilliamwuoAbala @TeresiaGitau3 @loveablekathia @Brian_misiati Mr. Paul Oloo, @KisumuCountyKE County Dir. for @MeteoKenya, giving journalists an overview of climate & weather patterns, which have been altered under the CLIMATE CRISIS.



TODAY 6.10.2022 - @AfUncensored @KeYouth4sdgs and @MeshaScience are convening a MEDIA CAFE for journalists and communicators in @KisumuCountyKE, to critique & better understand the CLIMATE COMMUNICATION space therein.




The water levels in Lake Nakuru lead to the loss and/or destruction of more than Ksh 400million worth properties ranging from roads infrastructure to fences and staff houses. @Fmureithi2 @MeshaScience

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COUNTY GOVERNMENT OF KISUMU SIGNS SHS. 30 BILLION INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIP PROJECTThe County Government of Kisumu through HE. The Governor Prof. Anyang' Nyong'o has today signed a milestone partnership project between a UK investment group- United Green and Kisumu County 42 Lake ventures Company, an investment entity wholly owned by the County Government of Kisumu.This US $250 Million (Ksh 30b) agriculture and food security investment programme will revolutionise food production and general agriculture in the entire lake region.The resultant partnership will deliver agri-fin-tech services for rural communities, high productivity climate-smart farming and state-of-the-art agro-industrial facilities, creating new markets for farmers in the Lake Victoria Basin Region over the next five years. The venture will reduce Kenya’s dependence on importing food commodities by approximately US$200 million (About Ksh 24 b) annually, thus reducing Kenya’s trade deficit. An array of high value crops will generate foreign exchange with focus on servicing local consumer and industry demand with consumer value addition done within Kenya; this includes (amongst others): At least 100,000 tonnes (16% of local demand) of locally produced rice products.At least 100,000 bales (160% of current local production) equivalent of cotton products to support the Kenyan textile industry;Edible oil such as sunflower, soybean, etc.;Cottonseed, soybean and maize by-products to support the livestock sector.This project has come at the most opportune time because Kenya needs a champion organisation to provide leadership and prudent investment, to develop inclusive, scalable, market-based, environmentally sustainable and high productivity agri-food systems.The project has incredible alignment to the County Government of Kisumu’s strategy and with the National Government's Agricultural Sector Transformation and Growth Strategy (ASTGS) 2019-2029 - and will significantly contribute to all nine ASTGS Flagships.H.E The Governor and the entire Kisumu fraternity is excited since this project resonates with the manifesto for the revitalization of agriculture in the next five years.In the Governor’s manifesto, he committed in putting more land under production in Nyando, Kisumu East, Muhoroni, Nyakach, Kisumu West and Seme Sub-Counties.He also committed to revamp rice production, invest in horticulture and floriculture in Nyamthoe, Mboha Valley and Kano Plains.This project will also help to accelerate growth in other agricultural sub sector, including revival of cotton industry, dairy and fish production.H.E The Governor has sent his sincere appreciation to the United Green for accepting to partner with KisumuCounty and for the Britrish High Commission for supporting the venture. ... See MoreSee Less
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