TV documentary on 26th Aug 2017, includes ICRISAT's research on smart food in Kenya.
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Former reality show contestant Leah Wangari shows cabbages at an agricultural training farm in Limuru, near the capital Nairobi, in Kenya. An unusual new reality TV show backed by the U.S. government is the first of its kind in Africa, training young adults from Kenya and neighboring Tanzania in farming and giving them plots to cultivate, with a $10,000 prize for the most productive.
The new game aims to help farmers adapt to the increasingly irregular rainfall in Kenya
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Kenya is gamifying climate change - challenging farmers to guess the rain in a bid to reach a remote audience with agricultural advice and ensure yields stay steady as climates change.