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The dip follows Western countries’ restriction to fight second wave of Covid-19 infections.
Crop Development and Agricultural Research Principal Secretary Hamadi Boga yesterday lauded the Act as the antidote for post-harvest losses.
This is in addition to some Sh3 billion that the trade bloc had committed earlier, targeting the Kenya cereals enhancement programme.
IFAD injected Sh6.8 billion to help small-scale farmers in pond construction and purchasing of fish feed in 15 counties.
The move is aimed at improving the country’s disaster preparedness.
The programme that started in 2016 was piloted in Nakuru, Embu and Bungoma counties. It now covers 33 devolved units.
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