Participants after the manufacturing research chair meeting.

The coconut value chain stakeholders who attended the three-day capacity building training organized by the Manufacturing Research Chair on technological innovations for quality and productivity in the coconut sector, supported by NACOSTI (Kenya) and IDRC of Canada, at JKUAT Mombasa Campus, May 13 - 16, 2019.

From left: Bonface Kariuki, Cosmas Mole, Jim Nyongesa, Dr. Fridah Simba, Prof. Bernard Ikua and Mr. Hamisi Mwakumanya (5th from left) from Kwale County marvel at some of the products during the capacity building training for SMEs in coconut value chains.

Hazina Waja Women group members (L – R): Tabasam Abdalla, Rehema Ali, Rukia Gitau, Asha Idi Dongo and Siriyamoyo Athumani showcase their coconut value added products on the sidelines of the training in Mombasa.

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