The high and medium rainfall areas of Kenya are the high producers of both grain and livestock products. The area carries approximately 80 percent of the total Kenyan population. The assessment on the 2011 impact of rains on food production indicates that in general the area is stable and projected to remain food secure in the next 9 months.
There has been an improved food situation within the communities with 60% relying on their own production for supply of key food commodities. There has been improved milk production in Rift valley and Central with the prices rising by 30% for dairy farmers though the market access for the households who rely on market supply has been compromised by this high costs per litre. Full Report
- Central Cluster Food Situation Report
- North Rift Cluster Food Situation Report
- Nyanza Cluster Food Situation Report
- South Rift Food Situation Report