KIAMIS Phase II: Sweden invests Sh650m in Kenya’s agriculture sector


The Swedish government granted Kenya Sh650 million for KIAMIS Phase II, a digital platform for farmer registration and central database creation.

The Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock Development and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations will oversee the program.

The primary goal is to establish a comprehensive database of all Kenyan farmers through the registration process.

After completion, the government intends to introduce a nationwide fertilizer subsidy program that includes counties and other input subsidies programs such as seeds, animal and chicken feeds, crops, and livestock insurance.

KIAMIS Phase II is expected to improve efficiency in the agriculture sector and enable farmers to access government support and services.

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