Kenya's agricultural sector, constituting 30% of the GDP, faces vulnerability due to heavy reliance on rain-fed agriculture. To address this and enhance productivity, a call for USD 102.5 million investment focuses on irrigation, hydropower, and dam development in the Muranga catchment area's five regions. The project targets a positive Net Present Value of USD 11.76 million and an Internal Rate of Return exceeding the 10% cost of capital. Benefiting 33,000 customers, the initiative aims to provide food security for over 50 million Kenyans and surplus for export, supported by a 2.5 MW hydropower-driven industry. Post-implementation, the project shows positive feasibility with promising market opportunities in both agriculture and energy sectors.


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