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January 25, 2016

Before 2012 when the Ihigia-ini Youth Bunge was formed in Murang’a County, many members were unemployed and relied on menial jobs for survival. “Many of us were idlers before forming the bunge. We would spend our time drinking alcohol with the little money we earned and we were a menace to society. I was a drunkard and I barely made any income,” said David Mwangi, president of the 21- member group of eleven women and ten men.

January 25, 2016

“We are always afraid of a disease outbreak! Many animals die because we don’t have people who can treat them,” explains Sori Guyo, a pastoralist in Marsabit County.  Drought and subsequent disease outbreaks can cause daily livestock death, negatively affecting the household incomes of the communities in the northern arid lands who largely depend on pastoralism.

December 18, 2015

President Obama has made trade agenda a key priority of his Middle Class Economics strategy because Made-in-America exports are an invaluable source of economic growth, supporting millions of well-paying jobs across the United States. Cutting edge trade agreements that put U.S. workers and businesses first are one of the best tools we have to unlock economic opportunity for Americans.

October 15, 2015

New Markets will Increase Demand for Livestock Goods and Services, and Boost Economic Growth

October 13, 2015
YALI Regional Leadership Center East Africa Focuses on Empowering Youth Leaders in East and Central Africa
 

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