• School Meals Remain Indispensable in Kenya


    09/03/2017 — Kenya

    The World Food Programme and the Government of Kenya continue to provide schools meals across the arid and semi-arid areas and in the poor informal settlements of Nairobi. The national home-grown school meals programme in

  • How Farmers in Kenya Are Beating The Effects of Drought

    Christine Nthenya Mutua

    07/03/2017 — Kenya

    As the effects of drought continue stifling crop and livestock production across Kenya, some farmers in the worse affected areas have managed to beat this scourge. Having adopted small-scale dryland farming technologies, these farmers are

  • Herders In Kenya Expand Livelihoods To Cope With Drought

    Kenya Drought FFA Isiolo

    15/02/2017 — Kenya

    WFP is helping 650,000 food-insecure people living in the arid and semi-arid lands build resilience to drought. Together with partners, WFP is helping these families to build rural productive assets while transferring new production skills and

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  • 24/02/2017 — Kenya

    Africa Day of School Feeding

    Today is Africa Day of School Feeding!  An entire continent is coming together in the fight against hunger. #ADSF

  • 08/03/2016 — Kenya

    School Meals In Kenya

    WFP and the Government are giving a hot meal to around 1.5 million of the most vulnerable children in Kenya every school day. These are children in some of the most food insecure places, such as the arid and semi-arid areas, and the informal settlements around Nairobi. School meals promote access to education, good nutrition, and hygiene for children. 

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