• Potato is the second most important food crop after maize in Kenya. It is cultivated by over 800,000 growers who are mostly small holder.

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The National Potato Council of Kenya (NPCK) is a Public Private Partnership (PPP) and a multistakeholder organization that has the responsibility of planning, organizing and coordinating value chain activities of the potato sub-sector and developing it into a robust, competitive and self-regulating industry. Its organizational structure enables it to draw synergies from a wide membership, representing all stakeholders and actors in the potato industry.
Potato industry emerges a leading contributor to stable incomes, food security and improved welfare in Kenya
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Coordinate and regulate potato sub-sector stakeholders towards development of potato industry profitability and livelihoods improvement
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To create an enabling environment for effective and efficient potato value chains for growth and development of a self-regulating potato industry.
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Latest Potato News

Potato storage facility in Ainabkoi farmers’ cooperative

One of the challenges faced by farmers in the potato subsector has been lack of organized and structured markets leading […]

Review of guidelines for authorization/private accreditation of seed certification activities in Kenya

KEPHIS has been reviewing the guidelines for authorization of seed certification activities where NPCK and other seed stakeholders participated.¬†The objective […]

Profiling of Potato farmers in Bungoma County

NPCK in partnership with GIZ through Promotion of Nutrition-Sensitive Potato Value Chains in East Africa Project is¬†currently profiling potato farmers […]

National Potato Conference and Trade Fair 2016

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