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Sustainable investment, not donations, are needed in rural Africa

Global supply chain weakness and urbanisation trends are being disproportionately felt in the most rural parts of Africa. Yet those areas both offer opportunities for high-impact investment, and expose the need to rethink aid provision. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has reminded us how interdependent and fragile global supply chains are, ...

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