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Towards zero hunger in Africa: 5 steps to achieve food security

By Edward Mabaya, Research Professor, Cornell University
Robert B. Richardson, Professor of Sustainable Development, Michigan State University
Thomas Jayne, MSU Foundation Professor, Agricultural, Food and Resource Economics, Michigan State University
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Global food systems have been battered by overlapping crises in recent years. Key among these are the COVID-19 pandemic, the Russo-Ukraine war and extreme weather events resulting from climate change. These have resulted in forced migration, loss of employment, climate stress, loss of biodiversity, and economic instability.

In Africa, which is home to 1.5 billion people, these shocks and stressors have slowed – or even reversed – decades…The Conversation

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