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Impact of COVID-19 on Food security

                                                                   

  Why COVID-19 is another blow for Kenya’s food security.

 Kenya faces one of the most challenging years when it comes to food security. According to the Food and Agricultural Organisation, food security is achieved when all people, at all times, have physical, social and economic access to sufficient, safe and nutritious food that meets their dietary needs and food preferences for an active and healthy life.read more 

 

 

  Attaining food securitCovid 19 locust pic3y amid the COVID-19 pandemic

This year, multiple shocks threaten the food security situation in the country. The worst desert locust invasion in the country’s history, floods, and now the COVID-19 pandemic are key threats this year. We discuss what this means for the country in this webinar hosted by Greenpeace Africa. Click here to view the webinar  

 

 What the coronavirus pandemic means for food security in Kenya

Kenya faces one of the most challenging years with regards to food security. Although the country has faced food insecurity incidences in the past, the situation this year has been complicated by the Coronavirus pandemic. The country was already facing several threats to food security. First, the desert locust invasion of biblical proportion that spread quite rapidly between December 2019 and February 2020, was affecting crop and livestock production. read more

 

 THE FISH INDUSTRY: POSITIONING FOR THE FUTURE IN THE FACE OF COVID-19.

The fishing sector employs about two million people including fishers, traders, processors, input suppliers, merchants of fishing accessories and providers of related services. Just like all the sectors in our economy, the fish industry has faced a general disruption of the supply chain due to the COVID-19 pandemic...... read more

 

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Assuring Kenya’s food system is effective during and post-COVID-19 pandemic

Before the COVID-19 pandemic, Kenya’s food system faced several direct and indirect challenges. The locust invasion was already destroying crops and pasture in parts of Eastern, North Eastern and Central regions and there were potentially higher than average post-harvest losses for grains because of enhanced rainfall during harvesting in the Rift Valley and parts of Western and Central regions.. read more

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