About NECOFA

Network for Ecofarming in Africa (NECOFA) is a community based Non-governmental organization promoting Ecofarming: Ecologically and socially sustainable Land Management. It works towards empowering communities to sustainably access education, health, food security and social dignity. The organization has activities in Nakuru, Baringo and Makueni counties and works with rural community groups and schools.

 NECOFA Kenya’s Country Coordinator is Samuel Muhunyu.

NECOFA Kenya
Neema Plaza, 1st floor, Molo town.
P.O. Box 819, Molo
20106 Kenya
necofakenya@yahoo.com

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19 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by EVERLYNE ANUNDA on April 29, 2009 at 6:36 am

    I am a forth year student at Kenyatta University pursuing barchelor of environmental studies and community development. I am interested to work in your organisation to enable me gain practical experience in environmental conservation and community participation. I would like to be a member of your organisation, thank you.

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  2. Posted by isaack ndungu warui on May 6, 2009 at 12:32 pm

    I am a third year student in Moi University taking bachelor of technology Computer engineering.I worked with you early january and feb year 2008 during your Aid for the IDPs.I liked your your Organization and as i have had some time through your website.I am in a holidy working to get a place for attachment and am interested to work with you.thank you for your goodwill.I would appreciate your response through my mail address or a call through the phone number(0712285976)

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  3. we have tunnels both kitchen garden and small scale and commercial green houses
    for organic farming
    contact us
    0722360311

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  4. Posted by Victor Mulinge on September 28, 2009 at 11:11 am

    Dear Sir,

    My names are Victor Mulinge from Kangundo,Kenya,East Africa and currently doing greenhouse tomato venture as my secondary activity(famliy venture).
    Let me first and foremost commend you for your job welldone on horticultural development as is evident from your website.
    Am currently manning a 50 by 100 feet greenhouse with 1836 plants of tomatoes (AnnaF1)which was transplanted on 10th,August expected to be ready(First fruit) by 14th,Oct 2009.
    Have watched your work on the web I was very amused by the way you are doing things, that is super.My requset to your esteemed organization is to find how you can help me and the community on how best to go in the greenhouse venture since ours is just a small project but trying to focus to the future to be like any other industry since the marketing arm is a challenge to many small scale farmers.Welldone.
    Regards
    Victor

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  5. Posted by Fidelis Mutua on October 1, 2009 at 9:00 am

    I come from one of the arid areas in Makueni district of Kenya.

    Our main concern as a community is food security which is caused by lack of water. I read about you and thought you would be able to advice on the activities we could engage in for income generation or food seurity.

    We are new sttlers in the land and so not much has been done.

    I will appreciate your valuable advice.

    Thanks in advance

    Mutua

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  6. Posted by Crispus nyakenyanya on November 16, 2011 at 7:41 pm

    Hello, help me out. How can i get stevia seedlings? I want 2 start its cultivation in kisii

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  7. Posted by Gerald Mbaabu M'Ikunyua on January 9, 2012 at 3:53 pm

    Good day.

    Thanks for the good work you are doing in agriculture and environment.

    l am involved in special farming and environment.

    would like to start pranting stevia in Imenti South District where the climate is that of Coffee/tea.

    How soon can you supply me with quality seedlings/cuttings?

    what are the prices for various quantities?

    looking forward for great networking.

    Best regards.

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  8. I like this so much

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  9. Posted by mercy ottwe on October 12, 2012 at 1:15 pm

    my name is mercy currently a student at Nakuru College of Health sciences and management,parsuing a course in Community Health and Development,I am interested to work in your organization as a volunteer during my school holidays,this would enable me gain practical experiences towards empowering communities,concerning there health,communities developments and social dignity.I would really appreciate if given the opportunity to work with you and giving back to our communities. Any response you can contact me through my email. Regards, Mercy

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  10. […] ce stage, nous étions accompagnés de Samuel KaranjaMuhunyu, directeur de l’organisation « Network for Ecofarming in Africa ». Grâce à sa profonde connaissance du monde alimentaire, de l’environnement et des […]

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  11. Posted by Ayub on October 26, 2012 at 12:20 pm

    Hi
    Thank you for the good work you and your tam are doing.
    I’m very much interested in growing stevia in Githunguri. I would be grateful for your input in terms of comprehensive information on its growth. Please could you furnish on seed/cutting availability and marketing.

    Thank you

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  12. Posted by John on November 13, 2012 at 9:27 am

    Hi Thanks alot. am much interested in supplying Stinging Nettle fresh from Garden. It may be in Bulks or as arraged henceforth.
    Regards
    Jontymaina@yahoo.com

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  13. Posted by Richard Nyalita on January 18, 2013 at 9:04 am

    Team NECOFA,

    It interesting to read about Stevia on you site. I also learn that you have presence in Makueni County. Kindly send me your details and where i can source get stevia seedlings/seed from.

    Richard

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  14. Posted by STEPHEN WATHOME on April 12, 2013 at 5:04 pm

    Desperately looking for attachment. Am taking Environmental Community Development at KU. Any slots left? Kindly help.

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    • Posted by NECOFA Kenya on April 14, 2013 at 2:54 pm

      Hello Stephen, Thank you for your interest in our work but for the moment we don’t have any slot…. but you may send us your CV we could share it within our networks…..

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  15. Posted by ezekiel masek on April 12, 2013 at 5:41 pm

    i need to learn more about stevia plant; where to buy seeds,what is the productin of a 1/4 an acre ,harvesting ,marketing etc, please assist.

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    • Posted by NECOFA Kenya on April 14, 2013 at 2:52 pm

      Hello Ezekiel,, you can get in touch through our contacts, we shall provide you with manuals, seedlings and any other information you may require..

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  16. Posted by Abishalom Kimama on June 12, 2013 at 3:59 am

    Hi. I need to learn more on STeVIA so as to be able to grow it in Gatundu; Kiambu county. Please, assist me with this VITAL information, thank you,

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  17. Posted by Hosea Tenai on July 18, 2013 at 10:35 am

    Am holding a diploma in organic farming from ( kiof ).Is there any vacancy position that I can play may role about my career?.Let me know so that I can apply.
    Thanks. NECOFA.

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