Kenya Plant Health Inspectorate Service (KEPHIS) is the government parastatal whose responsibility is to assure the quality of agricultural inputs and produce to prevent adverse impact on the economy, the environment and human health.
Its mission is to provide a science based regulatory service by assuring plant health, quality of agricultural inputs and produce for food security, globally competitive agriculture and sustainable development.
Muguga - The KEPHIS Plant Quarantine and Biosecurity Laboratory in Muguga has once again successfully attained accreditation of its testing activities to ISO/IEC 17025:2017
Experts and stakeholders met to review the Plant Protection Bill 2020, whose main aim is to enhance plant health operations in the country. The Plant Protection Act, which dates back...
Malawian High Commissioner to Kenya H.E. Agrina Mussa paid a courtesy call to KEPHIS to see firsthand a potato project being implemented by KEPHIS, the Centre for Biosciences International(CABI)
KEPHIS through the Naivasha office donated a cow in calf for the children for their calcium and other health needs. Left: the cow donated by KEPHIS to Asante Children’s Home...
The seed certification process is a clear way of assuring seed quality hence ensuring that the farming community receives seeds that are viable resulting in value for money. The process...
International Year of Plant Health 2020 (IYPH 2020) was officially declared by the 73rd Session of the United Nations General Assembly on 20th December 2018.
National, regional and global plant health organizations need to raise awareness of the importance and positive impacts of plant health in addressing issues of global
KEPHIS registration officer will evaluate the completeness and acceptability of the application form details thereby accepting or rejecting your application via the PIQRS system...