KENAFF & the SDGs


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SDG 1

KENAFF partners with the government (national and county) and works with smallholder farmers, pastoralists, fisher-folk, forest growers and all other actors in the agricultural value chain to transform livelihoods, eradicate poverty and create wealth in rural Kenya

SDG 2

KENAFF works with farmers, pastoralists, fisher-folk and forest growers to ensure sustainable, sufficient and safe food is produced for the country's food and nutrition security

SDG 3

A healthy nation is a wealthy nation. The farmers of Kenya desire to provide the nation with healthy and safe food. KENAFF works with farmers, the government and other value chain actors to ensure that the food produced for both the domestic and export markets meets the highest safety standards

SDG 4

KENAFF believes that agriculture and its related industries is the key to Kenya’s socioeconomic transformation. Enhanced and sustainable incomes at the household level make it possible for families to provide quality and relevant educational opportunities for children

SDG 5

KENAFF believes in teh equitable participation of all genders in all matters. The place of women in Kenyan agriculture is critical and deserving of great attention and resources particularly also because women are central in food and nutrition secure households and healthy communities

SDG 6

KENAFF believes that economically empowered households are better placed to provide clean water and sanitation to their families, an important component of a high quality of life

SDG 7

KENAFF is dedicated to promoting the use of clean energy amongst her membership, not only as an avenue for environmental conservation but also as a way to reduce the cost of energy for farmers and their households

SDG 8

KENAFF seeks to trigger progressive and sustained socioeconomic transformation for all her members by creating pathways to wealth creation and decent livelihoods through agribusiness

SDG 9

Agriculture provides more than 65% of the raw materials for the manufacturing sector in Kenya. KENAFF works with her members to better tailor agricultural production to the country’s manufacturing sector needs for both the domestic and export markets

SDG 10

with the bulk of country's population in rural Kenya, KENAFF works to promote access to quality livelihoods through agribusiness and enhanced markets for smallholder farmers

SDG 11

KENAFF believes that Kenyans, whether in urban or rural areas, deserve to live in quality, progressive and sustainable communities. Even as the country urbanizes fast, farmers shall continue providing food to cities, a source of income to sustain decent and progressive communities in rural Kenya

SDG 12

KENAFF subscribes to the ethos of sustainability in the production of nutritious, safe and sufficient food while caring and protecting the environment for posterity

SDG 13

KENAFF believes Climate Change is an existential danger not only to farming and food systems but also to humanity. In partnership with nationals nd county governments as well as development partners, we provide appropriate information and knowledge to enable our farmers build resilience against the vagaries of Climate Change

SDG 14

KENAFF strongly believes that our common heritage entails the soil, land, forests, wildlife, waterways and life below water. Our members know that the care for our natural capital is an obligation for us all

SDG 15

KENAFF believes in the ethos of sustainable management of natural capital. To this end, we promote conservation as well as development bearing in mind that the earth is on loan to us from posterity

SDG 16

KENAFF believes that peaceful communities and societies are a function of equitable prosperity and progressive institutions. We work with members and other agriculture sector actors to enhance members’ livelihoods in order that they may build strong, resilient, prosperous and sustainable communities

SDG 17

KENAFF, the apex farmers' organization in Kenya, creates a formidable forum upon which the farmers of Kenya, the national and county governments as well as many other actors can deliberate upon matters of importance to the welfare of farmers, food and nutrition security, and the care of land, forests, soil and water