Angola's agricultural sector could become Africa's powerhouse. Here's why

To become an agricultural powerhouse on the African continent Angola’s agricultural sector will need to be transformed to meet the needs of its people, economy, and environment. Image:  PDAC Project Implementation Unit / Angola, Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries

Izabela Leao

Senior Rural Development Specialist, Agriculture and Food Practice, World Bank


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Irrigation, as a pathway to climate adaptation, currently plays a modest role in Angola, but offers great potential for supporting resilience in the agricultural sector against water-related risks. Image: Izabela Leao/The World Bank


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