For Afrika To Grow And Transform The Agricultural Sector, We Need To Cut Down Post-Harvest Losses

Agriculture is the backbone of Sub-Saharan Africa’s economy, employing 65 percent of the labor force and accounting for 32 percent of gross domestic product. Given its significance, many development institutions are investing in the sector in order to boost productivity and remove inefficiencies that hamper productivity. The African Union’…

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Africa's Food Security Relies On Adoption Of New Technologies

According to some experts, the increased adoption of new agricultural technologies and innovations sensitive to climate change will help Sub-Saharan Africa eradicate food insecurity. Researchers, scientists, policymakers and farmers who attended the 3rd Annual African Food Security and Agri-Extension Conference in Kenya on 22-23 September 2015 heard that the slow…

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