Summary

The County Government of Homa Bay has signed a collaboration agreement with Egerton University for the Sustainable Development of “God Mwanda” Hills which seeks to pilot SAGLA (Sisal, Acacia, Grass, and Livestock Agro-tourism) Park Technology for Sustainable Economic Production in Arid and Semi-Arid Tropics. The park will generate over USD 3 million, creating jobs and alleviating poverty. The park will also increase national forest cover by 2.5 million sisal plants, 100,000 acacia trees, and thousands of tons of indigenous grasses; thereby mitigating green-house effect, global warming, climate change, and soil erosion; in line with Kenya Vision 2030 and the strategic vision of CGH.

Agriculture

3500000

USD

Feasibility study

Land

Homabay