An automated produce-purchasing innovation is providing much-needed transparency and integrity in Kenya's horticulture supply chain


Horticulture farmers in Makueni County are set to reap benefits from a low-cost post-harvest storage innovation


Under it's first wave, the Innovation Engine is providing seed funding and technical assistance to seven horticultural innovations.


The Innovation Engine is part of ongoing development efforts to raise agricultural productivity, boost food security and improve livelihoods in Kenya.

The Kenya Feed the Future Innovation Engine (KFIE) identifies, fosters, and brings to scale innovative market-driven solutions to persistent food insecurity, under nutrition and poverty. This "Innovation Engine" seeks to partner people who design new concepts, products and services with investors who can maximize their commercial potential. We support experimentation and reward proven success that represent game-changing approaches for thousands of Kenyan families.

Launched in March 2014, The Innovator e-bulletin is currently in its eleventh issue. The March 2015 issue focuses on Women Innovators who are "Making It Happen' in Agriculture in line with the 2015 International Women's Day .

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