Kivuli will be interested in members who can improve crop production in Kisumu all year round to enhance food security during long and short rain seasons, improve animal production while at the same time gain financial independence.
Kisumu County has potential for eco-tourism. Kivuli will invite members with innovative ideas on how to conserve the natural ecosystem while promoting it for tourism.
According to research, new initiatives from waste entrepreneurs and community-based organizations are needed to build on the current waste management system in Kisumu City as well as urban centers to curb the growing, uncontrollable amount of waste being generated. Kivuli will support members with innovative ideas on how to manage waste in Kisumu City as well as other urban centers.
With Kenya quickly becoming a top ICT hub in East Africa,Kivuli will be interested in members with innovations in ICT as a pillar or who can incorporate ICT in any of the other 4 pillars of the organization.
According to recent mapping, Kisumu County was found to be one of the counties with the lowest forest cover at 0.45%. Kivuli welcomes members with innovative ideas on how to conserve the existing forest cover and contribute its increase while improving income generation.
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