Kenya has more than one the indefatigable King of the Desert. In 2002 camel milk production stood at 25,200 tonnes. This had risen to 27,000 in 2008.
The Government of Kenya aim is to promote appropriate technologies to add value to camel milk and meat leading to incomes for farmers. To achieve this goal, pastoralists and extension workers will be provided with skills necessary to boost camel milk and meat production and add value to products. The Government will increase access to water for human and livestock.
Dams and pans will be built and resident’s management capacity boosted through training. Through the Ewaso Nyiro, North Development Authority and the Fire break Construction Unit at the ministry of agriculture, dams and water pans have been de-silted. Shallows wells identified by the communities have been rehabilitated and protected.
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