Wasted labour: Kenyan Farmers lost over Sh150 billion

by Dominic Omondi

Photo courtesy The Standard

In 2017, Kenya Shilling 150 billion worth of food went to waste, tossed out or left to rot, a report that tries to track food waste has said. According to the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics (KNBS), farmers lost earnings as they struggled to manage, store, and transport their produce to the market.

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