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Young woman who quit her job for sweet potato farming in Homa Bay, enjoying her move

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Jael Ochanji is one of the few youths who have made an unpopular decision among the young people- to leave her job and move from the city to a rural home just to grow...



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Youth manufacturing affordable growing medium from coconut waste

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Of course, you must have heard them say that necessity is the mother of invention, meaning, when the need for something becomes essential, you are forced to find ways of getting or achieving it....



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Meru Duo Breaks Through Financial Challenges to Build an Agribusiness Empire

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Access to agricultural financing has always been a problem for most smallholder farmers in sub-Saharan Africa due to the high risks associated with the sector especially in the wake of global climate change. In...



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Homa Bay Youth Discovers Affordable Animal Feed from Lake Victoria’s Water Hyacinth

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The cost of animal feeds in Kenya has become all-time high, raising farmers’ cost and consequently the cost of various commodities. This, according to the Association of Kenya Feeds Manufacturers (AKEFEMA) is due to...



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Primary School Teacher Finds Extra Cash from Bread and Cake Bakery Business


Kisii County is very well known for banana production as one can easily find bananas in almost every compound and now Scholar Kerubo, a P1 teacher and entrepreneur in the region is taking advantage...



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Former graphic designer tuns dairy goat side hustle into a lucrative venture

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Between 2000 and 2015 Charles Wathobio was a renowned graphic designer producing newspapers and magazines in his small enterprise in Madaraka, Nairobi which used to earn him about Sh60,000 per month. Unaware of the...



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Process of becoming an organic farmer in Kenya

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Since 1950s during the Green Revolution when there was an upsurge in crop yields due to introduction of chemical fertilisers and pesticides to boost crop production, the use of natural means to grow crops...



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With less than Sh10,000 you can start a thriving mechanized maize shelling business


As a youth, you have been longing to get into maize farming but afraid of the tedious planting, weeding and harvesting work, this is your chance to participate in this rewarding venture, make a...



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Kisumu woman excelling in a male dominated automotive mechanic job

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The rate at which ladies are increasingly daring to venture into careers or jobs that traditionally have been dominated or meant to be men’s is really encouraging, after all, they say ‘what a man...



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SMEs’ Take: How to manage cash flow and late payments during these hard-economic times

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Despite being pertinent cogs to economies of developing countries and other economies, offering employments and jobs creation, Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) are faced with many challenges one being difficulties in managing cash flow...



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Love for Cooking Turns into A Lucrative Bakery Business for Graduate

Love for Cooking Turns into A Lucrative Bakery Business for Graduate

Turning what you love doing into a profitable venture can really be enjoyable given the excitement it comes with while operating it. Sharon Sang is one such entrepreneur who has converted her cooking hobby...



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Former matatu driver finds comfort in agribusiness

Former matatu driver finds comfort in agribusiness

Not only in Kenya, across East Africa public transport popularly known as matatu sector remains synonymous with chaos and disarray with unpredictable operation system, poor handling of passengers, bad conditions and unreliability. Especially in...



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