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After COVID-19, a rural revolution can drive sustainable recovery

Farming skills and self-sufficiency must be at the heart of every country's sustainable recovery plans Image: REUTERS/Rajendra Jadhav

Shanu Hinduja

Chair of Hinduja Bank and Co-Chair, , United Nations Global Accelerator

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Even before the pandemic, millions of people worldwide were affected by food crises Image: World Food Programme's 2020 Global Report on Food Crises

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