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Author: Prisca Mwangi

SMART BRIQUETTES

SMART BRIQUETTES

Kenya generates over 1.6 million tons of biomass agricultural waste such as sawdust, sugarcane bio-gases and maize cobs annually.  70% of such waste is not economically utilized posing an environmental threat. Utilizing the waste in production of biomass briquettes as an alternative to environmental damaging & unhealthy fuels such as firewood, charcoal and kerosene is […]

SMC and Member Organizations visit the Climate Resilience & Adaptability Livelihood [CRAL] Project site in Mwala, Machakos County

SMC and Member Organizations visit the Climate Resilience & Adaptability Livelihood [CRAL] Project site in Mwala, Machakos County

The Swahili have a saying: kilicho na mwanzo hakikosi mwisho. Translated into English it means that everything that has a beginning has an end. And so the Resilience Workshop that had been running at the Adventist University of Africa – the Adventist Hill for a full week was drawing to a close: and how else? […]

INTERGRATING FOOD SECURITY INTO PEACE BUILDING: KURESOI NORTH, NAKURU COUNTY.

INTERGRATING FOOD SECURITY INTO PEACE BUILDING: KURESOI NORTH, NAKURU COUNTY.

Daniel Kamiti is a name that resonates with many community members around Jogoo area in Kuresoi North. Humble and soft spoken but his eyes tell a story of a man who has seen it all, treading on the precipice of despair but refusing to cower and succumb to defeat. The 2007/8 Post Election Violence (PEV) […]

EPTF LAUNCHES NEW PROJECT (SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURAL PRACTICES -SAP) IN PARTNERSHIP WITH DMCDD.

EPTF LAUNCHES NEW PROJECT (SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURAL PRACTICES -SAP) IN PARTNERSHIP WITH DMCDD.

Wednesday, 7th February, 2018 saw the launching of a new project — Sustainable Agricultural Practices (SAP) at Moiben -Simatwo Catholic Church in Uasin Gishu County.   The Sustainable Agricultural Practices (SAP) project’s main objective is to ensure poor and marginalized farmers have improved farm productivity and profitability. This will be done through the formation of […]

TIME TO LEARN

TIME TO LEARN

Antoni Cimolino, artistic director of the Stratford Shakespeare Festival, insists: “There is something to be learned every day, both by looking in the mirror at yourself and by looking at the people around you.” The trick to good leadership is making time for the hard work that continual learning requires. In the month of January, […]

THE TWO WISDOMS

THE TWO WISDOMS

Today I had a profound reflection which will form the basis of my start of the year message. James 3:13–18 – –  “…if you have bitter envying and strife in your hearts, do not boast and do not lie against the truth. This wisdom descends not from above, but it is earthly, unspiritual and devilish. […]