Kenyan Fish Farmers Using Alternative Treatment Methods to Antimicrobials

Kenyan Fish Farmers Using Alternative Treatment Methods to Antimicrobials By Mary Hearty George Muga, Director of Muga Fish Farm, located in Karachuonyo, Homabay County, uses salt bath as a way of treating fish infections that occur in his farm as it is affordably cheaper unlike use of antimicrobials. Whenever he detects fish with problems like […]
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Curbing Antimicrobial Resistance in Farmed Fish in Kenya

Curbing Antimicrobial Resistance in Farmed Fish in Kenya By Mary Hearty George Muga, Director of Muga Fish Farm, located in Karachuonyo, Homabay County; uses salt bath as a way of treating fish infections that occur in his farm as it is affordably cheaper unlike use of antimicrobials. Whenever he detects fish with problems like bleeding […]
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Kenya: Credit Tanks Improving Accessibility to Water in Makueni Villages

By Thomas Muia With a population of 987,653 people, water coverage in Makueni County remains very low at only 35.6%. Of this, only three out of 10 households are connected to piped water, while the remaining rely on unimproved water sources, according to a World Bank Makueni Countywide Inclusive Sanitation situation analysis report. Eunice Nduku, […]
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Smart irrigation saves water, improves farming practices in Rwanda’s remote drought-stricken region

By John Mugisha; The construction of new dams in some parts of Nyagatare, a district in North-eastern Rwanda has helped local residents address potential water shortages and outdated irrigation systems that have long hampered agricultural development in this remote rural region. Now farmers in the area like Muhire Ganza, say the dam has significantly led […]
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