The Kenya Climate Smart Agricultural Project (KCSAP) is a Government program jointly supported by the World Bank. KCSAP is being implemented over a five-year period under the framework of the Agricultural Sector Development Strategy (ASDS) and The National Climate Change Response Strategy (NCCRS).
The main objective of the Kenya Climate Smart Agricultural Project (KCSAP) is to increase agricultural productivity. However, farmers from Kapsaos Ward in Kericho County are unable to be funded by this agency. This has been brought by the unwarranted accumulation of unutilised funds in Kapsaos KCSAP account.
Earlier in March, The Kenya Climate Smart Agricultural Project awarded Kericho County for securing a runners-up slot in as far as Agricultural Development is concerned.
On Tuesday, Kapsaos Ward Youth Strategic Team payed visit to the Kenya Climate Smart Agricultural Project offices in Kericho Town on a public interest in a bid to gather reliable information. The resulting information included that farmers would soon be funded.
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