Agriculture, Food and Beverage

Here's why Africa could be part of the solution to global food insecurity

With Africa’s population expected to double by 2050, demand for food will also double. Image: Unsplash/Jeremy Bezanger

Mary-Jean Nleya

Advisory Board member for Youth Combating NTDs, a writer for The Global Communiqué, and an associate fellow, Royal Commonwealth Society

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