A project begun in 2015 opens new routes to farm info. Devoted to Agricultural Extension via Radio in Northern Kenya, it provides farming information in local languages. The project aims to raise productivity in a region so far lacking major extension initiatives of this type. Initial results point to positive impact.
See here why radio and language choice are so important for agricultural extension. A university paper by one of the project leaders also examines the value of radio for extension in Kenya, and notably for smallholders.