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5 Reasons to Use Solar Products for Farming

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It is a very significant job to feed humanity. Farmers work day and night to make it possible. Besides, farming is hard work and can be monotonous. Multiple tools which the farmers use are surprisingly low-tech or are high fuel-consumers. The best alternative is to utilise solar energy for improving daily farming practices.  The sun

Impact Survey: SunCulture Improved Life Of 150 Customers

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The impact is one of the cornerstones of innovation. For SunCulture, it is the secret sauce. The phrase “It’s not what you know, it’s who you know” has never been more true. SunCulture believes that relationships with the clients build over time, and one must nurture them to last. So, SunCulture makes customer impact a

The “Game-Changer” Technology for Small Holder Farmers

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Joseph Njoroge says, “It has been a game-changer for me.” Joseph Njoroge is a full-time farmer who lives with his wife in his 3.2-acre farm in Matanya — Nanyuki (Laikipia County). He practised rainfed agriculture on 2 acres and planted maize, beans, potatoes and kale. He has a hand-dug well and also has access to

Improved Crop Yields at Natoot Farm in Turkana County

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With the help of Full Gospel Churches of Kenya and funds from Bright Hope International, SunCulture installed a drip irrigation system in a farm in Turkana County. The project is set up in a 3.8 Acre community-owned Natoot Farm which is located on the outskirts of Lodwar Town. Lodwar is the largest town in north-west

Empowering Lives of Smallholder Farmers in Mandera

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Mandera is a province of Northeastern Kenya, located on the border of Somalia and Ethiopia. The smallholder farmers of Mandera live on and farm the vast expanse of arable land within the County of Mandera. But, agro-pastoral communities of Mandera have been marginalized. Yet, they manage a considerable percentage of the country’s livestock and rely

Soy South

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Endo

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Sengwer

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Uasin Gishu

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Trans Nzoia

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