Pastoralists in northern Kenya are the first beneficiaries of a sharia-compliant insurance cover that compensates for livestock deaths linked to drought, in a programme that is expected to be expanded throughout East Africa.
Thousands of vendors who sell farm produce at kiosks and residential areas are set to lose incomes as the agricultural sector regulator moves to restrict sale of food items to markets set up by counties or national government.
Africa’s ministers of agriculture are meeting in Addis Ababa this week to debate policies that will shape an agricultural market projected to be worth $1 trillion (Sh87 trillion) by 2030, three times its size in 2010.
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