1. global bamboo resource overview,despite the long history of bamboo resource in the african region, bamboo processing and utilization are at the infant stage. however, bamboo processing and utilization in ethiopia have some base and more competitive than other african countries . the same author reported that there are above 100 bamboo furniture enterprises in ethiopia with high quality and well-designed products..making money from trash – meet africa’s top 5,uncollected trash is a very big problem in developing regions of the world, especially africa. according to a world bank urban development series report, africa currently produces just about 70 million tons of waste every year.with its rapid urbanization and growing economies, waste production in africa will exceed 160 million tons by the year 2025..
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yesterday 7th june 2012 marked a milestone in kenya’s wood/timber industry as the 1st full bamboo wood processing plant was launched in nairobi. a project that was initially to provide an alternative source of income for internally displaced persons from mau forest by planting bamboo trees.
africa plantation capital is in the process of acquiring the kenya bureau of standards certification to be the first bamboo tea production unit in east africa. operating successfully in kenya since 2015, the establishment has achieved an amazing growth ratio, with the main objective being provision of sustainable plantation management services.
kenya forest service joined the world in celebrating the world bamboo day on 16th september, 2020 at john michuki memorial park in nairobi. the event, whose theme for the year is 'sustaining kenya the bamboo way', was marked through a tree planting exercise led by the cabinet secretary ministry of environment and forestry (moef) hon. keriako tobiko where over 1000 bamboo seedlings were
bamboo is a fast growing woody grass. its species grows naturally on the mountains and highland ranges of eastern asia countries and in the medium lowlands of other countries of asia and africa. bamboo takes about three years to form a canopy as opposed to indigenous trees which take much longer, hence are suitable for rehabilitating the maasai mau.
technical report: bamboo plantations for the eastern africa bamboo 2. kibwage jk, momanyi gm, odondo aj (2007). occupational health project, kenya, with a feasibility study for a 100 ha plantation, 2006. and safety concerns of smallholder tobacco farmers. african united nations: austria.
common in most of dry africa from north and west africa to south africa. wide spread in lowland arid and semiarid areas of kenya. tolerates a wide range of soils, from sandy, silty to black-cotton soils. may be dominant on dry red soils and prefers slightly alkaline conditions. often stands along rivers, 0-1,650 m.
kenya plant health inspectorate service (kephis) is the government parastatal whose responsibility is to assure the quality of agricultural inputs and produce to prevent adverse impacts on the economy, the environment and human health.
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pkm established a joint venture with a kenyan partner. the project includes fairy flowers ltd. and hadithi plants ltd., both situated northwest of nairobi in limuru. the project includes 35,000 m2 of greenhouse area used for cultivation of schlumbergera and rhipsalidopsis. the greenhouses are equipped with tables, sunscreening and automatic watering.
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summary. mr ogongo’s shop, the africa bamboo centre, is one of the busiest carpenter shops in kibuye. hardly do 30 minutes pass without a customer placing an order for furniture for a
when planting bamboo, she notes, and care must be taken while handling the delicate roots and ensure no air pockets are left around them. “dig a hole of 4m apart and 2ft by 2ft deep. mix the compost manure with a bit of some soil and then fill the hole until halfway; about 1ft of the mixture and then plant the seedlings” advised gichuru.
of the listed states, benishangul-gumuz has 440,000 hectares of shimal bamboo (oxytenanthera abyssinica) which at present is mainly used for subsistence uses such as housing, fencing, kitchen
with about 1 million hectares of indigenous bamboo, ethiopia is the biggest bamboo grower in africa. it is home to 67% of all african bamboo. the country has two species— yushania alpina , planted and managed by farmers in the highlands, and oxytenanthera abyssinica, which
the african region has untapped bamboo resource potential with immense socioeconomic, cultural, and ecological significances. despite the long history of bamboo in the region, its contribution is at the infant stage. therefore, the present study aimed at reviewing the existing literature supported by research experience on bamboo resource in the region.
in this study, we produced a contemporary bamboo cover map of ethiopia, kenya and uganda for the year 2016 using multi-temporal landsat imagery series at 30 m spatial resolution. this is the first bamboo map generated using remotely sensed data for these three east african countries that possess most of the african bamboo resource.
africa, he says, boasts huge reserves of largely untapped indigenous bamboo, amounting to some 8% of the world’s bamboo resources, and excellent weather conditions for growing commercial species
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bamboo is an abundant resource in ethiopia and has a great potential for commercialization, which can drive rural development. in view of these realities, this study analyzed the state and determinants of small-scale bamboo commercialization in
the bamboo index (bi) was calculated and used to identify wild bamboo-growing regions in cameroon. maps of bamboo growing regions helped in ground truthing. gps coordinates were used to validate the bamboo presence with an accuracy of 78%.
it is widely distributed in eastern and southern africa mainly ethiopia, malawi, zimbabwe, and zambia [5, 6], while in western africa, it is located in some parts of ghana and senegal. the species is widely distributed in lowland regions of western and northwestern parts of ethiopia [ 6 ] in tigray, gonder, gojam, and welega regions [ 1 ].