Tag: Nuru Kenya

The Nuru Collective Releases 2021 Annual Report

We are pleased to share the 2021 Nuru Collective Annual Report with you. During 2021, amid an ongoing pandemic, Nuru witnessed farmers building…

Mary Joel: A Woman Farmer’s Story of Resilience

In this final blog post for our Women’s Month series, we look at the way one woman farmer’s life has been positively impacted…

International Women’s Day: How Women in Leadership #BreakTheBias at Nuru

This International Women’s Day, Nuru joins the global community in imagining a gender equal world. To celebrate the progress being made toward this…

Farmer Organizations in Kenya Transform Communities

We started this series on farmer organizations by providing an overview of the Nuru model, outlining the crucial role that local organizations play…

New Book “What Transformation Takes” Highlights Nuru’s Work in Kenya

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: December 15, 2020  Contact: Tacy Layne | info@nuruinternational.org WASHINGTON, D.C. — Nuru Kenya is highlighted in the recently published book…

Nuru Kenya: Five Years After Expatriate Team Exit

Five years ago, Nuru International expatriates left Kenya and handed over the operations of the Nuru Kenya NGO to the local team. The…

Nuru Kenya Celebrates Challenges at Humentum Africa

On June 2, Nuru Kenya and Nuru Social Enterprises presented virtually for Humentum Africa. Humentum brings together international relief and development organizations to…

COVID-19, Food Security in Sub-Saharan Africa, and Nuru’s Response

As global coronavirus cases continue to rise and tense economic debates fill the news and social media echo-chambers I would like to thank…

Nuru Highlighted in USAID-Funded Research Collaboration

The 2015 exit of Nuru International staff from Migori County, Kenya, was recently featured as a case study in the USAID-funded collaborative research…

Desert Locusts: How will farmers be impacted?

The Desert Locust The most expansive outbreak of desert locusts in decades is currently migrating across the Horn of Africa and reaching north…