Francis Kamau is a passionate Agribusiness Consultant, Strategist and an Ambitious Environmental activist who stands for nothing less but the very best. He is an award winner and alumnus of Tony Elumelu Foundation.
He got triggered to take “Action Now” in Climate Change issues in the year 2013 in his A level. “I felt responsible and accountable when at one time in my second year of study I saw a whole school roof being swept mercilessly by a mere blowing wind as a result of improper forestry practices. Consequently, I got devastated to see learners suffer.”-Said Francis. He joined clubs and actively participated in activities that advocated for Climate Action during his stay in the University. It is at this time when the idea of Agrieal Africa came into his mind.
Francis who is an Agribusiness Consultant, Strategist and an Environmentalist at Agrieal Africa; an entity in commercialization of high value tree and fruit tree seedlings believes in the idea of growing a high value tree to saw a future of fortune to the current and coming generations.
The young champion who hails from Murang’a County, Gatanga Sub-county is a Graduate with BSc. Agriculture from Egerton University-Njoro and holds a certificate in Agroforestry from Kenya Forestry Research Institute (KEFRI). He pulls knowledge and skill set from his vast experience to deliver and see Kenya achieve in the line of the president’s big 4 agenda.
His vision and mission is succinctly outstanding to engage profitable and sustainable eco-inclusive enterprises that offers significant solutions to climate change, sustainability and stop temperatures from rising by well below 2ºC above pre-industrial levels, and as close as possible to 1.5ºC.
During the National Youth Climate Action Convention and Pre-Climate Action Summit held at Safari park Hotel Nairobi, he committed to represent common voice of Kenyans in building resilience and adaptation while leaving no one behind, in the upcoming United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), Youth Climate Action Summit at New York City.
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