ALIN Awarded 2011 Access to Learning Award by Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

James Nguo, ALIN Regional Director, rejoices after the announcement in San Juan, Puerto Rico by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Photo: © BMGF

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Friday, March 4, 2011

The way to go.

Agriculture contribute very big percentage in Kenyan economy.There has been several changes in climate for the last numerous years. The rain patterns have changed, Some tree species ceased and the livelihood of people changed too.
Due to the changes agricultural techniques have changed. Most of people have started organic farming such as using manures, Non-chemical pest management and Afforestation
The programme is aimed at encouraging the farmers to adopt organic farming for better yield

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