Peri-urban food trading ’ preferences for open-air market design and management attributes in Kwamaiko.Open-air markets are a popular market channel for most Agri-food products in developing countries. In the peri-urban areas of Kenya, these are the most convenient sources of fresh fruits and vegetables for many households.
The Kenyan Economy has continually projected a downward curve in the recent years with the Kenyan shilling continually weakening against the global currencies. This has adversely been felt across all economic blocks with the rural areas mostly affected.
The current global environmental status is in a depressing state, with the heightened pollution, deforestation and degradation of our natural sources of life; there is a looming critical environmental crisis, which will threaten especially the agricultural sector and in return increase food insecurity.
A sustainable poultry initiative that seeks to improve food and economic
security in Kenya. The women will rear chicken and become financially independent by selling chicken eggs and chicken meat. The chicken will soon multiply for better sustainability.
The Project is to ensure that Women are trained in Livestock management , Animal husbandry, Animal Bio Safety and Pig Reproduction. They will also receive Business Development , training that includes Marketing and Bookkeeping