Kenya: Situation Analysis for Transform Nutrition

Publisher:
Institute of Development Studies
Publication Date:
28 February 2013
Tags:
Kenya, Nutrition

Kenya is home to more than 40 million people, 80% of whom live in rural areas and rely almost entirely on agriculture. More than 10 million (almost a third of the population) are chronically food insecure. The country’s food and nutrition insecurity is often attributed to the performance of the agricultural sector, which while growing at 4.9% in 1986 had nearly stagnated at 0.4% by 1992.


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