Author: Raphael Osano

Raphael is the Public Relations Officer for Nuru International Kenya. Before joining Nuru in September 2016, he was the Communications Officer for Impact Research and Development Organization since 2013. Earlier, he had worked with Standard Group Media in Nairobi as an Intern Journalist in 2012. He is currently pursuing a MA in Communications and Media Studies at Maseno University in Kisumu Kenya. He has a BA in Linguistics, Media and Communications from Moi University in Eldoret Kenya. He also has a Diploma in Information, Communications and Technology as well as a Certificate in Graphics and Website Design. He is passionate about writing and photojournalism.
Learning trip inspires farmers to invest in dairy farming

Nuru Kenya has significantly improved the rural livelihoods of communities in Migori County by supporting the establishment of 14 farmer-led, farmer-managed, and farmer-owned…

Nuru receives recognition from Migori County Governor

On October 10-12, 2019, Nuru Kenya and Nuru Social Entreprises (NSE) partnered together to participate as exhibitors at The Agricultural Society of Kenya…

Nuru Kenya Shares At Conference In Nairobi, Kenya

In mid-September, Pauline Wambeti, Nuru Kenya’s Country Director, shared her perspectives on locally-led development, as part of a panel discussion at the 2019…

Diversified Agriculture Creates More Livelihood Opportunities for Rural Farmers

One of the goals of Nuru Kenya is to help farmers to improve food security and income opportunities. This year it looks forward…

“I have broken the mold and turned the tables”

Penina Bunyige Solomon is a Nuru farmer from Nyametaburo village in Kuria West Sub-County of Migori County, Kenya. She is a member of…

Building Community Resilience through Partnership, Collaborations, and Technology

The second edition of the Aid and International Development Forum (AIDF) Africa Summit was held in Nairobi Safari Park Hotel on 28th February…