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Food is a national security issue. Food is craft. Food is everything, when you think about it.
A plantation of corn or maize at Kelma Farm and Orchard. We normally ensure that we have green maize throughout the year

We know that a peaceful world cannot long exist, one-third rich and two-thirds hungry. The security of people and nations rests on four pillars; food, energy, water and climate. They are all closely related, and are all under increasing stress. 

Food security is an authentically human requirement. Guaranteeing it for present and future generations also means safeguarding ourselves against the uncontrolled exploitation of natural resources. It's clear that agriculture, done right, is the best means the world has today to simultaneously tackle food security, poverty and environmental degradation. ''It is important for people to realize that we can make progress against world hunger. That world hunger is not hopeless. The worst enemy is apathy.”- Reverend David Beckmann.
A plantation of kales doing well at Kelma Farm and Orchard

There are genuinely sufficient resources in the world to ensure that no one, nowhere, at no time, should go hungry. The war against hunger is truly mankind’s war of liberation. The first essential component of social justice is adequate food for all mankind.

Food is the moral right of all who are born into this world. ''When you share your last crust of bread with a beggar, you mustn’t behave as if you were throwing a bone to a dog. You must give humbly, and thank him for allowing you to have a part in his hunger” -Giovanni Guareschi.
Julie F1 water melon gradually doing well at Kelma Farm and Orchard to be harvested and sold in 3 weeks time.

Kelma Farm and Orchard, strongly believe in the above sentiments that give us thrust force to unreservedly and skilfully engage ourselves into farming to mitigate hunger. We are growing over twenty various food crops via irrigation since we lie on a semi-arid climatic region; Eastern part of our beautiful motherland Kenya and throughout the year. 
A portion of hoho harvested from Kelma Farm and Orchard

My parting short is urging everyone to directly or indirectly be involved in agriculture so that we can produce more than we are consuming to mitigate hunger and poverty in our country and Globe at large.

Nuggets by KELMA FARM AND ORCHARD CEO Kelvin Mbiti

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