Teamwork makes the dream work.

Production of Unique Ladies Handbags from Recycled Materials was identified as one of the Performance Contract targets for the period 2013/2014 between MMUST and the Government of Kenya the Incubation project brought on board Alice Lung’aho a talented incubatee from Kakamega Self help women group to collaborate with as an incubatee in the production of the bags.

The University has been empowering Kakamega Stingless Bees Farmers Association (KASTBEFA) by buying particular indigenous tree species that are important in stingless bee farming and buying their honey, which through value addition was being processed for sale at the University Science Park.

The Nursery Growing Contract agreement for Artemisia Annua seedlings was signed between MMUST and Botanical Extract EPZ CO. Ltd whereby seedlings from MMUST nursery were sold to farmers in the neighborhood who had signed the farmers’ questionnaire agreement to allow them plant Artemisia annua crop. More than 50 prospective farmers have submitted their details showing interest in planting the crop.

The University is engaging farmers in Vihiga County in the production of mushrooms and spirulin

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Director,Science Park, Innovation and Incubation Centre

Masinde Muliro University of Science & Technology,

P.O. Box, 190-50100, Kakamega, Kenya

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