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The Kenya Pollination Information Network (KPIN) comprises of experts in pollination science and interested people, farmers, organizations, and institutions who are involved in conservation and use of pollinators in order to increase crop yield, and sustaining biodiversity in the agricultural systems.   

The overall goal of KPIN is to enhance sustainable management of pollinators for provision of sufficient pollination service to ensure improved food security and livelihood of farmers

You can learn more about KPIN by looking at the background, objectives and activities

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Launch of KPP Website during the KARI Bienniel Conference

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