The National Agroforestry Strategy Development Workshop convened to scrutinize the draft Agroforestry strategy, aimed to identify and address any gaps before finalization and subsequent implementation.
AWAK Mombasa Centre team, with enthusiasm and dedication, planted a substantial number of trees during the ceremony, the trees serving as a testament to AWAK’s dedication to contributing to a greener, cooler, and more sustainable planet.
In alignment with the National Tree Planting holiday, AWAK generously donated tree seedlings, which found their new homes in 5 schools, 3 churches,the chief’s camp and in the homes of 60 village elders and local farmers.
AWAK Donates 1300 tree seedlings to farmers living in Arid and Semi Arid Land(ASAL) in a groundbreaking project dubbed Land Restoration and Agroforestry
Farmers representing all Kenyan regions attend a two-day Public Participation Forum on the proposed Carbon Markets Regulations 2023 organized by the Association of Women in Agriculture Kenya
Participants delved into the intricacies of briquette making, learning not only the technical aspects but also the broader implications for environmental conservation and economic empowerment.
AWAK has teamed up with the International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT) to spearhead a transformative project in Kitui, Makueni, and Taita Taveta counties. This initiative, aptly named the ‘Accelerating Impacts of CGIAR Climate Research for Africa’ (AICCRA), is set to usher in a new era of climate-resilient farming practices, propelling local communities toward prosperity and sustainability.
Through a strategic collaboration with the International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT), the Association of Women in Agriculture Kenya (AWAK) is at the forefront of the Accelerating Impacts of CGIAR Climate Research for Africa (Aiccra) project, generously funded by the World. This endeavor is poised to initiate a paradigm shift towards climate-resilient farming practices, catalyzing prosperity and sustainability within local communities.
AWAK, in partnership with the International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT), is at the forefront of the pioneering Accelerating Impacts of CGIAR Climate Research for Africa (Aiccra) project, which has received substantial funding from the World. This endeavor is set to inaugurate a fresh era of climate-resilient agricultural practices, propelling local communities toward prosperity and sustainability.
Greetings, fellow conservationists and nature enthusiasts! On this special occasion of #WorldMangroveDay, the Association of Women in Agriculture, Kenya (AWAK) is proud to share our recent efforts in restoring and protecting our valuable mangrove ecosystems.
The Association of Women in Agriculture Kenya (AWAK) took center stage as they proudly hosted the National Agroforestry Strategy stakeholder consultation forum at their AWAK Centre in Mombasa. This significant event was organized in collaboration with the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Cooperatives, along with esteemed partners such as World Vision, ICRAF, VI-Agroforestry, CTCN, Nature Kenya, and other key stakeholders.
AWAK and OXFAM Kenya launch the Agroforestry and Soil Health Projects in Kitui County to Drive Land Restoration, Carbon Reduction, Economic Empowerment, and Gender Equality