At the turn of the last century, Central Kenya received four months of Rain every year, which was enough for small scale farmers to make their living and feed their families. Today, those months have dwindled to two months. Rose Wanjiku initially resorted to irrigating from the local river, with the assistance of a pump.…

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According to a new publication by the U.N. Commission on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), significant and transformative changes are needed in our food, agriculture and trade systems if we, as a global community, intend to increase diversity on farms, reduce our use of fertilizer and other inputs, support small-scale farmers and create strong local food…

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