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Rain or shine, grain banks help Kenyan farmers beat trade cartels
by Kagondu Njagi
Thomson Reuters Foundation Translate This Article
2 November 2018
On 2 November 2018 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
For a farmer who has repeatedly suffered poor harvests due to inadequate rains, Silas Kirimi was surprised to find himself with the opposite problem this year: What to do with last season's bumper harvest of green gram? When a harvest is better than expected, storage facilities mean farmers keep the extra cash, rather than middleman traders.
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County governments are building or have built community grain reserves in more than 10 counties across Kenya over the past three years, according to Noah Wekesa, chairman of the Strategic Food Reserve, a government agency.
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