Supporting smallholder farmers to move from subsistence to prosperity is at the core of our programme work in Kenya.
Self Help Africa in Kenya works with smallholder farmers to move them from subsistence to commercialisation through a range of projects - from
supporting those in extreme poverty, to assisting enterprise development and business partnerships.
SHA works with smallholder farmers, farmer groups and associations across the country, including in the arid and semi-arid areas to address food security and nutrition challenges, and link farmers to markets through a farming as a business approach.
Full Name: Republic of Kenya
Population: 50.95 million (World Data 2018)
Population Growth (Yearly): 2.52%
Area: 581,309 SQ KM (224,080 SQ Miles)
Major Languages: English (Official), Swahili (Official), Numerous indigenous languages
Major Religions: Christianity, Islam, Traditional Beliefs
Stories from Kenya
Horn of Africa drought and food crisis – a growing catastrophe17th June 2022
Kenya on Frontline as Drought Threatens Millions of Livestock24th May 2022
Read the Kenya Profile
TO CONTACT US ABOUT OUR WORK IN KENYA:
Bank of Africa House,
Karuna Close, Off Waiyaki Way
P.O. Box 14204-00800
Tel: +254 20 444 2162
Mobile: +254 703 946 477 / +254 733 193 435
Email: [email protected]