Making African agriculture more attractive for investors

While global population growth slows, Africa’s population is set to double over the next three decades, reaching around 2.2bn people by 2050. This surge in numbers will have significant ramifications for the continent’s food security, which is already under pressure mainly due to climate change. The good news is that Africa’s agriculture sector has been growing at a steady pace and the continent boasts at least 65% of the world’s uncultivated arable land. If this is fully utilised, then African farmers could meet the food needs of the entire world.…

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