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Making a Future With Maize

By: Feed the Future

With support from American business volunteers, Pauline Kamau is growing her maize processing business to meet market demand in Kenya. Pauline Kamau had no experience working in maize processing when she opened a small maize milling business with her husband in 1998. Her mother-in-law provided the basement space to fit…


Kenyan Youth Lend Each Other a Helping Hand

By: Feed the Future

A Chicken Coop Creates Opportunities for EntrepreneursEach morning, Martin Mwenda picks up a fresh supply of eggs, stacks cartons on top of each other and fastens them to the motorcycle he rents. He sets off down bumpy roads through dust and debris, performing a delicate balancing act to safely deliver…


Solar Power Offers Affordable Solutions for Kenyan Farmers

In Kenya, Feed the Future has developed a new solar water pump kit that is non-polluting and enables farmers to draw water from a variety of sources. Already, the pump is increasing farmer productivity and will help reduce risks related to producing fruits and vegetables in an unpredictable climate.