Baraka Agriculture College

Baraka Agricultural College was founded in 1974 by the Catholic Diocese of Nakuru to educate and train the newly settled farmers of Rift Valley Province. Since 1976 the college has been under the management of the Franciscan Brothers. In the early years the Baraka curriculum promoted high external input/high output agriculture. However, with rapidly changing social and economic conditions it was evident that this form of agriculture was not responding to the needs of the increasing number of small-holders farmers. From the early 1980s the concept of sustainable agriculture and rural development (SARD) started to evolve. Baraka Agricultural College draws her course participants from Eastern and southern African region. Baraka is registered with the Ministry of Education and TVET

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