(KPL-WC) held an activity at Kangemi today to educate young girls on how to take care of themselves during Covid-19 and later on the young girls were provided with sanitary towels and pants.
Scientists are urging Kenya’s anti-GMO groups to embrace gene-editing technology to help ensure a more effective and productive agricultural sector. They note the tea industry
Rome, Italy, 17 October 2011 – As the 37th session of the Committee on World Food Security (CFS) begins at FAO, civil society organizations (CSO) welcome Saturday’s results of the second round
La Via Campesina issues call to mobilise against WTO and Free Trade Agreements
Global Warming which is caused by human activity is rooted in a social and economic system that has a parasitoid relationship to the Earth upon which we live.
Few would deny that agriculture is especially severely affected by climate change and that the right practices contribute to mitigate it, yet expectations of the new climate agreement diverge sharply
Agribusiness Transnational Corporations (TNCs) Create World Food Crisis; Peasants Seize Back Their Rights
Many Kenyan women are challenging patriarchal power structures. They question stereotyped roles and want to reduce the gender-related inequality that affects even the private sphere of the family.
‘We Need International Solidarity’ to Help All Countries Weather Global Economic Crisis, Says Secretary-General, as Three-Day Conference Convenes at Headquarters
Many people in the Kenya think it’s a derogatory term referring to people ruled by feudal lords in the middle ages. But it really means a “person of the land or of the country” and in much of the world, family farmers and rural workers continue to embrace the term