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THE AIK APP

This is a modern Agribusiness tool that provides stakeholders with information and data necessary for daily operations.

The App features a registration form, event notification, product placement, early warning system, GEO location and contacts of sector players. The analytics captures farmers’ data by type of value chain, produce, capacity, location among other criteria.

  •  Elaborate Service Directory
  •  GEO Location Search
  •  Events News & Updates
  •  Self Registration
  • In-App Advertisement
  • On-the-go Business Access
  • Social Media Integrated

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Our Blog

Rekindling agriculture through private sector
23 Mar

Rekindling agriculture through private sector

  –   1 year ago
“We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars” Oscar Wilde - these words have never rang more true than at these present moment. The agriculture sector has been…
Are extension services dead?
23 Mar

Are extension services dead?

  –   1 year ago
For those perusing for a quick verdict, the answer is NO. Digitization and a shift in demographics have necessitated new approaches towards service delivery. The use of manuals, brochures, journals and human capital has been…
Agriculture and Big data
23 Mar

Agriculture and Big data

  –   1 year ago
The dawn of mobile telephony ushered new opportunities across industries. The advancements in this technology from rudimentary gadgets to sophisticated smartphones meant the limits of exploration were constrained by imagination.

Industry news

AFA's Agriculture Information Management System launched
  • 13 March, 2021
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The Agriculture & Food Authority (AFA) has launched the Agriculture Information Management System (AIMS). The system developed to replace tedious paper-based, manual operations and facilitate auto
With exception of milk, UK pact to impact Kenya farmers and exchequer
  • 12 March, 2021
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The National Assembly this week ratified the Economic Partnership Agreement with the United Kingdom, opening the Kenyan market to about 2,000 products, whose import tariff will either be lowered or ze