Clues and Solutions to Kenya's Puzzling Food Price Crisis

The government should continue to invest in irrigation, roads and markets, particularly in rural areas, and it should strengthen private sector fertiliser markets. This has been shown to be effective in getting farmers to access and use fertiliser, ensuring that food prices are affordable for the majority of people, writes Timothy Njagi Njeru for The Conversation.



Margaret Njeri in Laikipia East receives relief food from Devolution Cabinet Secretary Mwangi Kiunjuri (center) and County Commissioner Onesmus Musyoki (file photo).

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