Biovision Africa Trust (BvAT), a not-for-profit organization established in Kenya in 2009 by the Swiss-based Biovision Foundation for Ecological Development, is situated on the main campus of the International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology (ICIPE) in Kasarani, Nairobi. The Trust’s goal is to alleviate poverty and improve the livelihoods of smallholder farmers in Kenya and other African countries, through dissemination of information and knowledge on appropriate technology, to improve human, animal, plant, and environmental health.
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Young people in schools are taking steps to combat hunger, enhance food security and improve rural livelihoods across the African continent.
Retired Senior Chief Josiah Arende Ngoje and his wife Mary Auma Ngoje incur very small cost in producing feed for their dairy cattle. The couple has been reading The Organic Farmer magazine (TOF) for the last 10 years. Using innovative ways Of collecting and preserving maize and rice stalks, they have succeeded in their dairy farming enterprise.