PS Jonathan Mueke, this afternoon closed a three day synergy workshop at Kisumu Hotel, between the National Government for Kenya commercialization (KelCop) project and the County Government. This workshop was an opportunity to understand the modalities used for the implementation of the project, identifying the challenges and opportunities in implementation and discuss potential collaboration projects. Mueke told those who attended the workshop that investing in livestock development directly contributes to increased income, food and nutrition security of livestock-producing households and their communities. The project whose cost of implementation is 9.46 billion shillings will benefit 110,000 people in a span of 6 years. PS said that KelCop is therefore designated to transform small scale traditional livestock production systems into more intensive and market oriented systems. Transformation of Agriculture in enshrined in the Bottom up Economic Transformation Agenda (BETA).