• Farmers’ Conference Centre, Nairobi Kenya
  • +254722 281254/+254720 991074
  • info@kefaas.org

About Forum for Agricultural Advisory Services – Kenya (KeFAAS)

We are a network organization whose core objective is to bring under one framework all players in agricultural extension. The rationale for the network organization is that the sector lacks coordination and consultative machinery resulting into duplication of efforts and resources.

Our Vision

Robust agricultural extension and advisory services


To improve delivery of agricultural extension and advisory services by harnessing and developing capacities

Core Values

  • Integrity
  • Innovativeness
  • Client focus
  • Professionalism
  • Inclusiveness
  • Team spirit

Our objectives

Contribute to the development of improved extension and advisory services for improved agricultural productivity and food and nutrition security in Kenya by:

  • Providing advocacy for agricultural advisory services in national and regional policy dialogue
  • Supporting development and synthesis of evidence-based approaches for improving efficiency and effectiveness in AAS
  • Improve availability and sharing of appropriate and up-to-date knowledge on agricultural advisory services
  • Identify and upscale best practices and innovations in extension service delivery
  • Strengthen the capacity of advisory service stakeholders in improving delivery of extension and advisory services
  • Build partnerships amongst agricultural advisory service providers and other stakeholders thus contributing to sustained growth and transformation of agriculture
  • Enhance synergy in strategies, programmes and projects within the sector for purposes of coordination and harmony.


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    Using information provided by agricultural extension service providers, Esther Philip a farmer from Machakos County has grown her small chicken project that started with only 20 birds to an income generating enterprise, selling chicks to her community and earning an income that has enabled her improve her livelihood.

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    Salome and her group members proudly earn income from their organic farms, through selling of potatoes, garden peas and assorted vegetables. They sell locally and also to outside markets especially Nakuru and Nairobi Counties. Through their hard work they have improved their household’s living standards and empowered themselves financially, socially and economically.