The programme targets resource-poor and small-scale dairy farmers ©Luigi Guarino
The programme targets resource-poor and small-scale dairy farmers ©Luigi Guarino

Investment in supply chains triples Kenyan dairy output

18 August 2016

Small dairy farms in Kenya have seen production costs fall and volumes rise as a result of a commercialisation project. 

The Kenyan Ministry of Agriculture (MOA) said the Smallholders Dairy Commercialization Programme (SDCP) has started to realise its goal of increasing the incomes of rural dairy farmers, 10 years after the project was conceived.

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