Kenya Agriculture

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Tea and coffee are among Kenya’s most important export commodities and both have seen production and export values expand considerably in recent years. However, both segments are also heavily dependent on the international export market, leaving smallholder farmers vulnerable to volatility in world prices for the two crops.

As the country’s largest employer and contributor to foreign exchange, agriculture is a critical pillar of Kenya’s society and economy, and the sector has grown steadily in recent years, despite facing a host of challenges. Although staple crops and subsistence farming are critical to maintaining food security, Kenya is also the world’s largest exporter of black tea, and...

A national drive to increase food production in Kenya is gathering strength, as the government moves to streamline the regulatory environment and roll out major initiatives aimed at supporting farmers, in line with its long-term vision.

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