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Children of Muhanda Friends Primary School can now enjoy clean and safe water, thanks to Muhanda Water Project in Vihiga. The supply of reliable and sufficient quantity and quality water is a fundamental building block for a country’s economic and social development.

Butcher-men serving clients with beef cuts in a butchery using cold-chain technology in Mombasa County. KMT works with various actors along the meat value-chain to promote uptake of this technology which is key in ensuring meat quality and safety, while allowing for products differentiation and value addition.

Isabella Tavasu and her family enjoying clean piped water at her home. Isabella is one of the 727,867 people who are now accessing clean and safe drinking water, thanks to KMT’s interventions.

Lilian Njue, an Agronomist Assistant waits for clients at Ndenderu Agrovet. Effective systemic change is a multi-stakeholder collaborative undertaking that has seen over 650 market actors adopt a range of strategies and innovations, including business-to-business linkages that are focused on tapping into smallholder markets with competitive, differentiated and affordable products.

Maurine Achieng’ purchases a bag of maize seeds from Magos Agrovet during an agri-expo at Aram market in Siaya County. Maurine is one of 1.7 million smallholder farmers accessing quality crop seeds as a result of KMT’s collaboration with inputs manufacturers in developing and implementing market-driven product supply and distribution chains, that avail products all the way to the farmer in the remotest parts of Kenya.

Mr Chapara Nyangunye is a professional herder at Borana Ranch. KMT is working with selected ranches in key counties along major livestock trade routes in Kenya to promote fattening and finishing services. This initiative has seen a total of 5,950 pastoralists earn a cumulative income of KES 45,000,000 to date.

Mr Elemji Sadira herding his goats in Sanga village. KMT is partnering with two county-level agrovets and one National-level Inputs Manufacturer to implement an agency-based last mile distribution model to expand access to integrated animal health services across five counties in Kenya. This initiative has enabled 165,604 pastoralist households to gain access to quality and affordable animal health inputs and services.

Mr. Zablon Alenga enjoying a glass of clean and safe water. KMT has been working with nine urban water companies and five rural water utilities to improve water service delivery, resulting in increased hours of water supply to households.

Mrs. Miriam Achieng’ admires her rice harvest from Ahero Irrigation Scheme. Agriculture contributes about 42 per cent to Kenya’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and provides more than three-quarters of Kenya’s rural population with their main source of income.

Muhanda Water Project has enabled local residents to access clean and safe water. KMT is working with nine urban and five rural water utilities and this has made it possible for 103,971 households access clean and safe drinking water.

Victoria Mweni Muteti and Jackline Mwende Mwania harvest sorghum in Makueni County. Agricultural transformation is critical to improving food security and nutrition, creating employment, and reducing poverty for millions of Kenyans.

Willis Onyango watering his tomato seedling. KMT works towards improving access to key agricultural inputs (fertilisers, seeds, pesticides and lime) towards optimal agricultural productivity.