Women at the helm of change – one-on-one with the Kyanika Adult Women Group
Kyanika Adult Women Group has been a significant stakeholder in Bioversity International’s work in Kitui region, Kenya, for almost two decades. Irene Induli, Communications Officer at Bioversity International’s Kenya office, caught up with the leadership of the group and sought their views on Bioversity International’s engagement with them, the achievements so far, any notable challenges and their expectations regarding future activities and collaborations.
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