Agricultural workers in Africa © 123RF
Agricultural workers in Africa © 123RF

Plan discussed to make Africa a net exporter of food by 2025

21 April 2016

Agriculture in Africa should be looked on as a business and not just a way of life, delegates at a discussion on the future of food heard.

Speaking on the panel at the World Bank and IMF Spring Meetings, Kapil Kapoor, acting vice president for operations of the African Development Bank, highlighted the huge inequalities of global food production and availability and said that agriculture in Africa needed to be looked at afresh as a series of systems.

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