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Cha Kula Podcast

Cha Kula Podcast
Society & Culture

Who doesn’t need food? We all need food not just for enjoyment but for our survival. With this at the back of our mind, Route to Food Initiative gives a 360-degree view of issues affecting food security and the Right to Food. This is a platform where we will engage, motivate, chide, discover more about food as a human right. From thought leaders who have interacted with these issues firsthand including farmers, researchers, journalists, policy experts, entrepreneurs and you. The Cha Kula podcast brings you conversations about food in Kenya from an economic, social and political lens. If you’re curious to find out more, check out


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Latest Episodes

Get ready for a stimulating episode of the Cha Kula podcast, where we dive into the fascinating world of politics and power in Kenya's food system. Our host, Felistus Mwalia, is joined by Chief Nyamweya, the mastermind behind the graphic novel "The B... more

a month ago

Global hunger is still rising and the world is still not on track to meet the 2030 zero hunger target of the UN Sustainable Development Goals – confirmed on the SOFI report. The number of people affected by hunger globally rose to as many as 828 mill... more

6 months ago

Food is a crucial subject all over the world. It's at the center of our lives, and food has everything to do with gender. But there is a gap between feminist and food media, which leaves out important perspectives on the intersections of food, power,... more

7 months ago


5 out of 5 stars from 2 ratings
  • I absolutely love this ideas of cha kula!

    Lucy Lumumba
    2 years ago
  • Debut

    Loving this first episode, and look forward to more. The Kenya story of food. A story not yet told in depth on podcast!

    Apple Podcasts
    South Africa3 years ago

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