The pulse of the East African Community (EAC) economy is agriculture for the majority population. There is a huge race moving away from subsistence agriculture to agribusiness, with increased yield, quality and pricing being at the centre stage of who wins the battle.
The intra and inter EAC states trade in agri-commodities gained new momentum in 2021, with Kenya swallowing up most grain exports from Tanzania and Uganda. Ms Linnet Nyambura Muchoki of Strathmore University, in this article, looks at the new dynamics in the light of the implementation of AGRA backed Partnership for Inclusive Agricultural Transformation in Africa (PIATA)
initiatives in EAC nations.