Kenya challenged to meet regreening target
The East African nation’s farmers are slow to adopt reforestation and regreening practices owing to a range of difficulties.
A regreening uptake rate of over 52 percent will be needed to reach Kenya’s 10,000 direct adoption target, according to researchers of the Regreening Africa project working in two pilot counties.
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