Snail Farming: A Viable Business Venture

Snail Farming: A Viable Business Venture
Although most farmers dislike snails and see them as pest, there has been growing interest in the snail for both the medicinal value it may contain and culinary delicacy. In Kenya, a number of farmers have considered it as a source of food and income. To spread the gospel of snail farming, ... Continue reading →

Towards Establishing Fruitful Collaborations

Towards Establishing Fruitful Collaborations
A delegation from Takoradi Technical University-Ghana (TTU) led by Pro-Vice Chancellor, Prof. Victor Kweku Bondzie Michah, visited Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) for consultations on a possible collaboration between the two institutions, May 4, 2021. The ... Continue reading →

JKUAT Trains Farmers on Button Mushroom Farming

JKUAT Trains Farmers on Button Mushroom Farming
Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT), Mushroom Growing Resource center convened a training for farmers from Uplands Mushroom Self-help Group in a bid to equip them with mushroom growing skills, April 29, 2021. The farmers were trained on button mushroom formulation and ... Continue reading →

JKUAT Student’s Team Tops Microsoft Hackathon

JKUAT Student’s Team Tops Microsoft Hackathon
JKUAT Business Innovation and Technology Management Student, Bethany Jepchumba and her team, emerged winners in the just concluded Game of Learners season two, sponsored by Microsoft Africa Development Center (ADC), Kenya. Jepchumba’s team with their innovation christened Bloom-Learn came first ... Continue reading →