IF Sub-grantee

Unlocking productivity in maize within smallholder farming systems through use of green and digital farming technologies in the face of climate change

Project duration

30 Months

Start 01/03/22 End 31/08/24

Project-location

Kenya

Contact

Geoffrey Ongoya

KBS

gongoya@koppert.co.ke
  • Innovation Fund
  • R&I
  • Digitalisation
  • Food and Natural Resources

Improved profitability and employment opportunities along the maize agricultural value chains in the four counties in Kenya

This project is one of the 4 projects financed by AIRTEA  in Kenya.

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Project coordinator

Koppert Biological Systems (KBS), Kenya

Project partners

Kenyatta University

Kenya Agricultural and Livestock Research Organization

Geo Spatial Research International, Kenya

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