Evaluating input and output market systems for CSA finger millet in Kericho, Irish Potatoes in Bomet, and Sorghum in West Pokot Counties
(Nov 2019 – Aug 2021)
This research aims to characterize finger millet, Irish potato and sorghum input and output market systems in Kericho, Bomet, and West Pokot Counties in Kenya, develop sustainable solutions for enhancing access to climate smart agriculture (CSA) inputs, develop solutions for creating sustainable output market linkages for CSA technologies, and implement the developed solutions with stakeholders.
This is a 2 year research project funded by the World Bank and the Government of Kenya through the Kenya Climate Smart Agriculture Project (KCSAP). It is implemented by various partners led by Kenya Agricultural & Livestock Research Organization (KALRO), and includes private sector food processors, and local universities.