Kisumu County Department of Livestock has embarked on fodder conservation and preservation to ensure availability of dairy feed throughout the year within the County. It is against this light that led to the commissioning of 1,000-capacity hay bale structure at Nyamaroka in South East Nyakach presided over by the County Director Livestock Mr. Charles Kakuku.
Fifty-one extension officers from Kisumu County have today graduated from Farmer Business School after successfully completing 21 days training. The event held at the Tom Mboya Labour College is an initiative by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) as a deliberate effort to support county governments in the LREB region to
Today, key stakeholders from the energy sector held a closeout meeting to share the WEEK II project insights, achievements, lessons learnt and best practices, including reports and information to ensure sustainability and scaling up the project at the Vic Hotel in Kisumu. The meeting sponsored by the Practical Action Organization brought on board stakeholders from
By Matilda Atieno, Small-scale farmers in Kisumu have a reason to smile as the County Government department of Agriculture and Livestock issued out four motorized silage-chopping machines as well as the construction of hey hub to supplement livestock feed production for the dairy cooperatives. The four silage choppers will go to the four dairy cooperative
By Matilda Atieno With support from PLAN International, a non-state actor in the fight against Gender-Based Violence, the County Government of Kisumu through the Directorate of Gender, domiciled under the department of Education, ICT and Human Capacity Development, organized a 3 days workshop for the duty bearers aiming at SGBV prevention and response work. According
The County Department of Livestock has embarked on a deliberate move to create sustainable employment for the youths through active engagement in agribusiness for employment, wealth creation and poverty reduction. Today the CECM Agriculture, Irrigation, Livestock and Fisheries, Mr. Gilchrist Okuom flunked by the Chief Officer Livestock and Fisheries, Madam Rosemary Raluoch, visited the Oboch