County Department of Agriculture has put in place strategies to raise productivity in food production that would not only ensure food security, but also potentially alleviate poverty among households amid the floods and corona-virus pandemic. As a result of the impact of floods, farming has been concentrated on the hilly areas such as Maseno, Nyahera
Small scale traders in Kisumu are set to have better returns following the enhancement of roads in market centers. The County government of Kisumu through the department of Business cooperatives and markets embarked on Nyang’ande market murraming and also murraming of the uneven roads that have constantly posted challenges to local traders providing goods and
Farmers in Kisumu County today received cheques worth 51.6 Million Kenya shillings during the launch of a project dubbed Kenya Climate Smart Agriculture Project (KCSAP), co-funded by the World Bank and the County Government of Kisumu. Kisumu is one of twenty four counties that have benefited from support from the World Bank for this project.
SINGING AWAY COVID-19 by Lorraine Anyango 11 year old Marvin Okumu, resorted to singing, the best way he knew to help put food on the table for his mom and six other siblings. Vexed with hunger pangs, as his mother’s vegetable kiosk could no longer sufficiently cater for them, young Okumu composed a song on
Relief supplies worth 3.5 million was yesterday dispatched to 2,800 households at the evacuation centers in Nyando, Nyakach and Muhoroni. While flagging off the supplies at the prosperity house, the Governor acknowledged the support received from well wishers that has made the county to serve a total of 8,276 households in the recent past. The