The Sh5 billion farming plan for famine-prone areas to grow drought-resistant crops could not have come at a better time.
To be funded by the government, the
Today, it is Turkana, but the heat will spread further as warming takes a toll on people and animals. It will take plans like these to stem the tide of hunger that is threatening growth.
Going forward, the government will have to invest heavily in research such that
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