FEED THE FUTURE
FOOD SECURITY
SAVING THE FUTURE
ENDING POVERTY & HUNGER
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Areas of Focus

The essence and success of water harvesting is to collect water during the rainy/wet seasons, store and use it for subsequent dry periods.

We promote entry and participation in the entire value chain and advance enterprise development through agro-processing and value-adding activities.

Traditional food crops in almost every global society played a key role in sustaining the diets and health of people. 

By linking fragmented markets, we are able to provide farmers with a broad range of market information as well as institutional links to large-scale offtake partners.

We supply a fully coordinated logistics solution to our projects and provide reliable supply chain services from start to finish. 

Alliance for food security has the necessary agricultural focus, technical and operational experience to ensure farmers operate successfully and remain sustainable within the agricultural environment.

Successful aftercare support and mentorship to agricultural project will advance the Government’s strategy for the transformation agenda in the agricultural sector.

Focusing on women and the youth is key to transforming agriculture in Africa and by extension boost food security. 

About Us

At Alliance for Food Security we are committed to playing our part in ensuring that all people have access to sufficient, safe and nutritious food at all times. We however recognize that as it stands out now, the ideal situation described above is far from being achieved, it’s still a mirage. Millions of people across the world continue to face desperate food shortages accelerated by an assortment of factors including but not limited to inadequate water especially for agricultural activities, over-reliance on seasonal rainfall that sometimes fails, use of substandard/rudimentary farming and value addition technologies, negative effects of climate change, inadequate government policies, focus and commitment, limited knowledge on the part of farmers, inadequate marketing channels for farmers, discard of some good, sustainable and drought resistant traditional food crops among communities, prohibitive and stringent tariffs and non-tariffs border rules that hinder movement of food, poor transportation infrastructure that hinders movement of food from food-surplus areas to food-deficit areas, Poor post- harvest management techniques, wars and civil strife, terrorism , corruption, unemployment, over-exploitation of sections of the population by other sections in the same population, incompatible individual, group or communal mindsets regarding food production, laziness, diseases and self-limiting restrictions on what to eat or not.

Currently the following are the ongoing projects

Millions of people in Kenya continue to face desperate food shortages following inadequate rainfall levels especially for purposes of agricultural activities. The situation is made even worse by the over-reliance on rainfall for such agricultural activities. Food insecurity is closely linked to poverty. 

Post Covid-19 Agricultural and food security recovery programmes

Research project for the re-introduction of long beans

Farm-To Market approach

Tilting the scales with smoult youth in Agriculture and Agri-business

Re-Discovering the lost and forgotten wonderful crops of Africa

WHY SHOULD YOU WORK WITH US?

Alliance for food security is a focused Non-Governmental Organisation  

What We Do

At Alliance for Food Security, we involve ourselves with any meaningful effort, mainly in the agricultural sector and related fields, that goes towards increasing food security for all people in the current and future generations. In other words, we are committed to Accessible, Sufficient, Safe and Nutritious Food for All and at All Times. Ensuring that every human being has access to sufficient, safe and nutritious food at all times is the bare minimum to accord a human being, infact a right that every human being should be accorded.

Achieving Food Security in Kenya By Promoting Rain Water Harvesting and Storage for Agricultural and Domestic use.

Millions of people in Kenya continue to face desperate food shortages following inadequate rainfall levels especially for purposes of agricultural activities. The situation is made even worse by the over-reliance on rainfall for such agricultural activities. Food insecurity is closely linked to poverty. Food insecure areas in Kenya are the embodiment of poverty, some of it extreme. 

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COMMITTED TO ACCESSIBLE, SUFFICIENT, SAFE AND NUTRITIOUS FOOD FOR ALL AND AT ALL TIMES

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