IFAD avails Shs 138M for youth-led agriculture startups

The International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) has earmarked 138 million shillings for funding youth-run agriculture startups in Kakamega, Kilifi, and Nakuru. The funding is meant to de-risk agriculture and provides affordable capital for the youthful population in the agriculture sector.

  

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