07-04-2017 by redazione
The first maize crop of the Israeli-Kenyan irrigation project in the Galana river valley will feed the coastal population will pay for the meal at half price.
These days the Government will be selling packages of two kilos of flour that comes from the farm "Galana-Kulalu", the price of Kshs. 75 (now in stores flour polenta, which is the main livelihood of the Giriama, almost double costs).
Election propaganda, certainly, but also an unprecedented initiative that shows a preview of the new design capacity, thanks to the construction of a dam and a water network can exploit nearly 2 million acres of land. For each harvest I can plan around 300,000 packages of flour for the project of "food security", but also includes irrigation large plantations of fruit trees and vegetables, in addition to the benefit that this will give to all living units com inland from Malindi.
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