Kabete Organic Food Growers Kenya Info

Type: Communities

Convivium leader / spoke person: Kinuthia Tabitha

To harness and promote production and consumption of locally grown traditional foods networking with farmers with similar goals; collection of data on how to economically sustain such production activitie

Kabete

Kaki community garden Kenya Info

Type: Communities

Convivium leader / spoke person: Warui Jane Wanjira

The main goal why the Kaki community garden was established was to equip members with knowledge and skills on sustainable food production for healthy diet.

Kagio

Kiamunyi community garden Kenya Info

Type: Communities

Convivium leader / spoke person: Mwangi Pauline

To advocate and educate the community on good, clean and fair food. To educate and involve the youth on sustainable agriculture. To increase financial income for the members

Kiamunyi

Kinyas youth community garden Kenya Info

Type: Communities

Convivium leader / spoke person: Karanja Lewis

To involve and educate more youth on sustainable food production. To improve financial income for the youths through agriculture. To educate others on organic farming.

Gatunyu

Makongo community garden Kenya Info

Type: Communities

Convivium leader / spoke person: Ngiri Francis

Makongo community garden was established in 2020 and the main reason was to empower and train community members on sustainable food production by embracing consumption of good, clean and fair food. Before introduction of the concept, chemical farming was dorminance in the area where unhealthy food with chemical traces was at high level.

Nakuru

Mau Forest Dried Nettles Kenya Info

Type: Communities

Convivium leader / spoke person: Kiarie Jane Muthoni

Production of stinging nettles to sustain and safeguard its production in the community

Molo

Mugomo-ini community garden Kenya Info

Type: Communities

Convivium leader / spoke person: Wangari Jane

Mugumo-ini community garden community was established to empower and train community members on sustainable farming methods instead of chemical farming that puts consumers at risk due to consuming food with chemical trace elements.

Gatunyu

Mukuria community garden Kenya Info

Type: Communities

Convivium leader / spoke person: Wanjiru Jeremiah

To train and educate the community on good clean and fair food and the importance of biodiversity. To increase youth involvement in agriculture.

Kagio

Neema Community Garden Kenya Info

Type: Communities

Convivium leader / spoke person: Nguru Charles Pasquare

To promote organic agriculture in the community to enhance access to healthy diets and contribute to the campaign against Climate Change

Kerugoya

Nganga-ini community garden Kenya Info

Type: Communities

Convivium leader / spoke person: Wambui Jane

The community garden was established to create awareness on consumption of healthy diets with great emphasis on Slow Food philosophy of Good, Clean and Fair food for all.

Gatunyu

Ogiek Honey Kenya Info

Type: Communities

Convivium leader / spoke person: Lele Martin

Promote "beekeeping" as a traditional indigenous peoples' practice and make it an alternative economic option for the Ogiek youth and their community

Marioshoni

Red Maasai Sheep Kenya Info

Type: Communities

Convivium leader / spoke person: Loonkushu Benjamin M.

Conserve and promote the Red Maasai Sheep rearing as a traditional indigenous peoples' practice and make it a viable economic option for indigenous youth.

Satellite, Ol'keri

Ruchu Community Garden Kenya Info

Type: Communities

Convivium leader / spoke person: Ng'ang'a Boniface Kiarie

1) To promote good, clean and fair food; 2) To enhance farming methods and cultural practices that protect the environment; 3) To mobilize the community at large and educate them on good farming and eating habits that put them in harmony with their environment and good health; 4) To mobilise the community on preservation of their farm produce and cultural values that conform to SF values.

Ruchu

Sengwer Pure Honey Kenya Info

Type: Communities

Convivium leader / spoke person: Sengwer Winnie Jeptoo

To keep bees and produce pure raw honey to be locally used by the community and to contribute towards good, clean and fair food by selling their honey in order to improve their social economics well-being and also get a chance at the Earth Markets and other outlets

Eldoret