Kenya: Water Harvesting Helps Women Cope With Failing Rains

| September 20, 2013

[AlertNet]When Rose Wanjiku first moved to her home in Central Kenya province 14 years ago, the region received four months of rain every year. The rains began in April and again in October, and were sufficient for a small-scale farmer such as herself to grow staples like maize and beans to feed her family and sell the surplus at local markets.

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