Policy and Regulation, Sector Focus

Africa's agriculture and food crises

Far-reaching structural reforms and massive investment are required to ward off disaster in sub-Saharan Africa.

Sub-Saharan Africa emits just 0.55 per cent of global harmful emissions, but is paying a heavy price for climate change, which is destroying crops, killing livestock, disrupting transport links and leaving millions without reliable access ...

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