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  1. Infonet, a channel of the Biovision Farmer Communication Programme (FCP), provides scientific and practical validated information and knowledge related to plant (crop), animal, human and environmental health. The resource gives farmers, trainers, students, and extension workers quick access to...
  2. 1989-01-01 The purpose of the workshop was to set a course for future research and development activities with perennial Sesbania species. The specific objectives of the workshop were to: assess the present state-of-the-art regarding the botany, natural history, biological nitrogen fixation, genetics, and...
  3. Key Resource 2012-01-01 2 Copies At 4:00 am, Leonida Wanyama lit a lantern in her house made of sticks and mud. She was up long before the sun to begin her farm work, as usual. But this would be no ordinary day, this second Friday of the new year. This was the day Leonida and a group of smallholder farmers in western...
  4. 1989-01-19 This field guide to the most common trees of Kenya covers some 300 indigenous and introduced species. Designed for residents and visitors to the country alike, tree descriptions are non-technical and each is accompanied by an original line drawing to aid identification.
  5. In collaboration with the Global Youth Groove Band (GYGB), SAWBO is proud to present the Malaria Prevention Song. This song was written and recorded in Kenya by GYGB, and contains a mix of English and Swahili lyrics. The song is based off of SAWBO's Malaria Prevention animation. It is currently...
  6. Hope for the Hopeless continues the journey of Charles Mulli started in the best-selling biography Father to the Fatherless. Six year-old Charles Mulli was abused by his father and abandoned by his family. Forced to beg from hut to hut in Kenya to survive, Mulli worked his way out of poverty and...
  7. Selections from a variety of nonfiction works discuss the history, people, culture, wildlife, landscape, and agriculture of Kenya.
  8. 1988-01-01 The importance of trees grown under agroforest system, especially in Kenya and other tropical-subtropical countries, cannot be overstated. Trees provide environmental protection, building materials, energay as charcoal and fuelwood, shade and aesthetics and food for both human beings and...
  9. 1984-01-01 A Pocket Directory of Trees and Seeds in Kenya was compiled to answer two basic tree-planting questions: which trees are the best to plant in my particular climate type? And where do I get the seeds or their seedlings? Ninety tree species are described, along with their best climate types. For...
  10. 1984-01-19 123 pages, illustrated, photos