Our Vision

To be a lead institution for universal adoption of organic agriculture”.KIOF is a pioneer and leader in organic agriculture, and is committed to seeing global adoption of organic agriculture through training in organic practices, processing of organic pesticides, manufacturing of biomedicine, and marketing of both fresh and dried organic produce and livestock.

Our Mission

To promote organic farming through training, producing, processing and marketing of organic produce for healthy lifestyle and economic empowerment

Animals Keeping Education

KIOF mission is “To promote organic farming through training, producing, processing and marketing of organic produce for healthy lifestyle and economic empowerment”

Crops Growing

Farmers get advice on how to grow different type of crops and also on how to ensure their fields remains fertile and productive all the time,using organic form of farming.

Quality pig farming

 

Library

The library has a seating capacity of 30 readers and a stock of 3,840 books. The library provides the following services: reference, inter-library loan, user education and orientation.
Opening hours:
9:00 am – 11:00 am
11:30 am -2:00 pm
3:00 pm -6:00 pm
Questions and answers services and internal lending.

HOW TO BORROW A BOOK AS AN OUTSIDER
• Pay a registration fee. Give full personal details, including a photocopy of the national identity card or passport and telephone contact.
• One is allowed to borrow only two books, which must be returned within 14 days.
• A fee of Ksh20 per day is charged for each book exceeding its loan period.

HOW TO GET INFORMATION
• With the help of the catalogue, the books are labeled alphabetically from A to Z where each letter represents a certain topic.
• Reference books and journals can only be read in the library.

STUDENT OPERATION IN THE LIBRARY
• Students are allowed to visit the library at specific times as shown above also posted on the library notice board.
• Students are allowed to borrow only two books at any given time and these must be returned within 14 days.
• Books are charged a fee of Ksh20 per day for each book exceeding its borrowing period. Students must pay the fine before the end of the current semester