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The government is banking on introduction of new coffee varieties, reduction in production costs and luring more Kenyans into coffee farming to boost production.
Many small-holder farmers disillusioned by poor earnings turned to other crops or sold land for real estate.
NAIROBI: Kenya’s coffee output will rise 22 per cent to about 60,000 tonnes in the next two crop years, thanks to new varieties and increasing area under cultivation, a senior Government official said on Thursday.
A policeman targets speeding motorists along the Nyeri-Nanyuki highway in August.
Faith Chepngetich leads Sheila Chepngetich and Beatrice Mutai in the 8km senior women’s race on December 6, 2014.
Residents of Kyuso sub county, Kitui County will benefit from an 18,000 cubic meter dam that is expected to support crop and livestock farming as well as for domestic use.
Education Cabinet Secretary Jacob Kaimenyi (left) with Permanent Secretary Dr Belio Kipsang (right).
The Education ministry will upgrade all special secondary schools into national institutions, with counties which lack such facilities getting two each, Principal Secretary Bellio Kipsang said.
Early last month, the Principal Secretary in the Ministry of Education, Belio Kipsang gave parents reason to smile when he re-affirmed the Government’s commitment to paying examination fee for all Standard Eight and Form Four students in Government-sponsored schools starting next year.
Energy and Petroleum Principal Secretary Joseph Njoroge (left) and KenGen managing director Albert Mugo during the company’s AGM in Nairobi on December 16, 2014.
- The Daily Nation
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