Rio De Janeiro, 19th October, 2022
Nairobi City County Deputy Director, Climate Change and Air Quality Monitoring, Mr. Maurice Kavai said that under Governor Sakaja Johnson’s leadership, Nairobi City would spearhead the improvement of urban food production, develop urban food systems infrastructure that will manage post-harvest losses and accelerate implementation of the recently launched climate action plan 2020-2050. In order to achieve this the city plans to implement through vertical integration priorities that leads to a climate justice society. Inclusion of the vulnerable groups in agriculture will help in reorienting their negative attitudes towards urban agriculture will be essential in addressing food security in the city. He spoke during the MUFPP Forum on climate justice and urban food systems change plenary session.