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From Left: Dr. Augustine Langyintuo (IFC), H.E. Mr. Newai Gebre-ab (EDRI), Prof. Rose Nyikal (UON), Prof. Keijiro Otsuka (GRIPS)

From Left: Dr. Augustine Langyintuo (IFC), H.E. Mr. Newai Gebre-ab (EDRI), Prof. Rose Nyikal (UON), Prof. Keijiro Otsuka (GRIPS)

From Left: Dr. Augustine Langyintuo (IFC), H.E. Mr. Newai Gebre-ab (EDRI), Prof. Rose Nyikal (UON), Prof. Keijiro Otsuka (GRIPS)

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Building an Africa free from hunger and poverty

By Kofi Annan

Africa is witnessing a quiet revolution which holds out real hope of banishing poverty and hunger and driving economic growth. This transformation is not in sectors like oil and gas, minerals or tourism, which grab global headlines, but in agriculture, which remains the backbone of the continent’s economy. More

Agriculture, Africa’s quiet Revolution

By |AgricultureReports

Agriculture will be Africa’s quiet revolution with a focus on SMEs and smallholder farmers creating the high productivity jobs and sustainable economic growth failing to materialise from mineral deposits and increased urbanisation. More

New Genetically Engineered Corn Could Revolutionize Our Agriculture

Researchers discovered how to add a single E. coli gene to corn that enables it to be grown with an essential amino acid otherwise available only in meat. This could improve nutrition in developing nations and save billions in agricultural costs. More

Opinion: How women can transform African agriculture — and the economy

By Dede Amanor-Wilks 

Over half of Africa’s farmers are women. They could be our next generation of entrepreneurs, driving the agricultural revolution our continent needs to feed its growing population and boost its economies.


 

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