Regional Agronomist Mr. Victor Kiprotich elated by Mr. Wardere’s great watermelon harvest
Pastoralists are known for seasonal movement as a part of their cultural tradition as herders of cattle, goats and camels. For many years they are used to making a living from their livestock. However, the dramatic changes in weather patterns that have increased prolonged drought is acting as a threat to their livelihoods. As a result of the climatic changes, more and more pastoral communities are forced to abandon their normal routine and embrace new tactics of survival.Add a comment
Covid-19 was first detected in Kenya on March 13th, 2020. This was shortly after the World Health Organization (WHO) declared it a pandemic. Since then, the government has put measures in place to reduce infections and mitigate the impact of the pandemic.
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Milka Hadida receiving her Florence Nightingale Medal from Kenya Red Cross Deputy Secretary-General Programmes Annette Msabeni during the Kenya Red Cross 61stAnnual General Meeting. Onlooking is the Kenya Red Cross Secretary General Dr. Asha Mohammed and Governor Francis Masika.Add a comment
Kenya Red Cross recently launched 2025 strategy prioritizes strengthening the capacity of our 47 branches across the country to ensure effective service delivery to the communities we serve. From 5th to 10th July, through the facilitation of IFRC and ICRC, Kenya Red Cross carried out a Branch Organisational Capacity Assessment (BOCA) facilitators training to equip our branches in developing strategic plans for their day-to-day activities.Add a comment
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