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KEMFSED support a scholarship program in the counties to build the local skills base

The scholarship will help me achieve my dreams, says a trainee mechanic

Joseph Yaa Kahindi is the firstborn in a family of five. He is the son of a widower, a fisherman in Mtwapa, Kilifi County. Joseph says his father is hardworking, but he can no longer make enough money from fishing to provide for the family. He struggles to keep the children in school and meet …

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Assisting the community in pond preparation and collection of wild seeds for stocking by the Mariculture team

Under Component 1, the project is supposed to capacity-build mariculture farmers in finfish and shellfish production. In order to support some of the existing farmers to stock their ponds in the move to enhance mariculture production, the project has mobilized finfish and shellfish farmers in Kilifi county to collect prawns and milkfish seeds to stock …

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Mombasa County Training Of Trainees On Data Collection, Processing And Reporting

The KEMSFED Project has invested in strengthening capacity in data collection, processing and reporting to support management of the marine fisheries. To enhance data collection by the BMUs and the fisheries staff at counties in charge of the BMUs, a capacity building training is currently on-going. The training entails actual training on the data requirements …

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