3 edition of Decontrolling the maize marketing system in Kenya found in the catalog.
Decontrolling the maize marketing system in Kenya
1977 by Institute for Development Studies, University of Nairobi in Nairobi .
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 17-18.
|Statement||by Hans G. Gsaenger and Guenter Schmidt.|
|Series||Discussion paper - Institute for Development Studies, University of Nairobi ; no. 254, Discussion paper (University of Nairobi. Institute for Development Studies) ;, no. 254.|
|Contributions||Schmidt, Günter, fl. 1976- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HD9049.C8 K43|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||18 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||18|
|LC Control Number||78980652|
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The implementation of this system requires a network of rural collection centres and Maize and Produce Board stores, located in these centres as well as in strategic markets in deficit areas. Examples include iCow,  developed in Kenya, which provides information on the gestation period, on artificial insemination of the cows, and on how to look after them. This study is a follow-up to the Tegemeo study of Kenya's maize value chain carried out in the late s by Nyoro, Kiiru, and Jayne Food consumption preferences were influenced by the rations that employers used as in-kind payments. Maize meal was consequently first referred to as kuon ongere, the white man's ugali, or white man's food. Nedermar is linked to businessman Anura Pereira.
The briefcase millers and local businesses that were either awarded quotas by the SGR or awarded import permits by the NCPBK National Cereals Produce Board of Kenya respectively might have also re-directed the bags of maize outside the country to avoid price controls stated by the government and thus make bigger profits. Please note that corrections may take a couple of weeks to filter through the various RePEc services. In this case, the gold was smuggled from Congo. Chamanlal Kamani had been involved in a supply contract, as Kamsons Motors.
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The implementation of this system requires a network of rural collection centres and Maize and Produce Board stores, located in these centres as well as in strategic markets in deficit areas.
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Nexus was first meant to be an ammunition dumpsite before it was turned into a military communication and operations centre. Other applications have been developed to promote provision of crop insurance through input dealers, for example.
This study, conducted indescribes the operation of Kenya's maize value chain two decades after the liberalization process began.
Further along the chain, technologies offer considerable possibilities to enhance traceabilitywhich is particularly relevant as certification grows in importance. Hammer-milled, whole meal remains the primary staple food in the grain self-sufficient rural areas of these countries.
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The Ministry of the Internal Security later stated that the incident was to safeguard state security. As early asproducers in Kenya found there was a price premium for white maize. You can help correct errors and omissions. Between and the construction of the Turkwel Hydroelectric Power Station was riddled with claims of corruption.
Which approaches are most effective in reaching different demographic groups? So, by a combination of pressure from colonial authorities and their agents in Siaya, and an appropriation of special value to it by those first coming to see themselves as a new elite, maize gradually seeped more broadly into the diet and the production of the people.
Those who went to school josomo planted maize almost as if it were part of their given curriculum. Maize meal was consequently first referred to as kuon ongere, the white man's ugali, or white man's food.
For example, inputs can be provided to farmers and the cost can be repaid directly when the product is delivered, without need for farmers taking a loan from a bank or similar institution.
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Ruparell is the daughter of Chamanlal Kamanithe multimillionaire patriarch of a business family that enjoyed close links with senior officials in the Moi regime. In Januarya scandal became public over the sale of imported maize. A phantom company, Nedermar BV Technologies, which is said to have its headquarters in the Netherlands, implemented the secret project situated along Karen South Road.
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