Agriculture is the main engine of economic growth of Kenya, presently contributing directly 26% of the Gross Domestic Product and indirectly a further 27% through linkages with other sectors. It accounts for 80% of rural employment, 60% of export earnings and 45% of annual government revenue. Currently the Government is in the process of revitalizing the agricultural sector into a more commercially oriented and competitive sector capable of attracting private investment and international markets. The revitalization will also target industrial crops such as cotton, sisal, pyrethrum etc.
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