Sustainable Farming Practices

Project Goal:

To augment the livelihood of rural communities in Kenya by enhancing advocacy in the resilience of agriculture through the development, promotion and adoption of Sustainable Farming Practices.


To promote sustainable farming practices through awareness generation and demonstration help farmers conserve and potentially improve the sustainable productiv­ity of their rice fields (increased soil aggregation and C sequestration/C stock change in stable aggregate)


Raising awareness of the farmers for soil health and soil fertility (workshop)


On the larger scale, contribute to the mitigation of climate change by lowering the chemical fertilizer application and thus greenhouse gas emissions from rice fields (reduced chemical fertilizer application)


The local and regional governments in our network confront these challenges by incorporating sustainability into day-to-day operations and policy. We invest in the capacity and knowledge needed to design solutions and make decisions informed by data, scientific evidence and local realities and pressures. Our five pathways towards low emission, nature-based, equitable, resilient and circular development are designed to create systemic change.


Afforestation and tree planting in environmental conservation  through climate change activities and adaptation.

This organization aims to develop investment-ready projects in the area of Climate Smart Agriculture that will advance Kenya’s transition towards a green economy.

Project Development Objective

To contribute to the public investment priority of achieving food security, and promoting sustainable, inclusive, climate resilient, and nutrition-sensitive agriculture in kenya, and respond to the government’s strategy of restoring and developing the agricultural supply chain aftermath of COVID-19 crisis by minimizing the impact of COVID-19 for smooth agriculture growth and ensuring food security after the crisis Catalysing SGDS