We continue to delve into the more practical aspects of making food safety the norm as we seek to achieve food and nutrition security for all Kenyans in line with the Global SDG (Zero Hunger – SDG2), Vision 2030 and the Big 4 Agenda. Food safety is everyone’s business and through a collaborative multi-stakeholder and standards-driven approach is it possible to assure the safety and quality of food for all Kenyans.
In this Masterclass segment we focus attention on crop protection, its do’s and don’ts. Whether practicing conventional or organic agriculture it is critical to have the right approach in handling Crop Protection in order to ensure safe and sustainable production. Given the widely acknowledged risks of food safety arising from the production period, the use of professional advice is crucial to ensuring safe food from our agribusiness and food and nutrition security for all Kenyans in line with the Global SDG (Zero Hunger – SDG2), Vision 2030, and the Big 4 Agenda. We examine the practicalities of this topic with a panel of seasoned agribusiness advisors.
Nekesah Wafullah – Moderator
Nekesah Wafullah is an Agricultural Economist, Sales and Business Development Consultant. She is a skilled agriculture expert with extensive knowledge in agricultural energy value addition products, agricultural business management services, project management, various forms of fertilizer, their production, sales, marketing aspects and application regimes; cross border fertilizer trade policies; youth and women empowerment.
- Dennis Juma – Organic Advisor
- Sylvia Kuria – Organic Farmer
- Pauline Mundia – Advisor
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