On the outskirts of Kenya’s capital, rising prices on the international market are reviving farmers’ interest in cultivating coffee, which has been largely abandoned over the past years.
The once-lush coffee plantations in regions bordering Nairobi were quickly gobbled up by blocks of apartments in recent years as farmers sold their land plots amid a surging demand for housing, with real estate investors tabling tempting offers.
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