Kenya has witnessed unpredictable dry and wet seasons. Fresh unpredictable floods have become normal. We at Community Multi-Development seek to engage the public on the need to conserve the environment and why it is very important that we take care of it. The rate of deforestation in Kenya is high and worrying, despite the ban on logging in Kenya, We feel like more should be done to help in conservation.
We at Community Multi-Development share in this dream of empowering Kenyan women that the government has set out to implement. We are collaborating with its partners and with Kenyan communities to provide leadership opportunities that encourage women to participate in stakeholder committees through highly ranking leadership coaching, literacy training, business training, organizational mobilization and market access, enabling women entrepreneurs to sell their goods in the global community.
There are various problems in the education system in Kenya such as amount of student traffic occasioned in the learning facilities is such that the facilities cannot accommodate this populous. This has resulted in poor infrastructure in schools; it is not unusual to see children studying under trees and very high student to teacher ratios. We seek to help improve this situation and make learning a fun and interactive process as it should be.
Farming is the most important economic sector in Kenya, although less than 8 percent of the land is used for crop and feed production, and less than 20 percent is suitable for cultivation. Kenya is a leading producer of tea and coffee, as well as the third-leading exporter of fresh produce, such as cabbages, onions and mangoes. Small farms grow most of the corn and also produce potatoes, bananas, beans and peas. We seek to use technology to help farmers increase yields by implementing internet of things (IoT) devices and using data to improve yields.