A multi stakeholder roundtable will be established to tackle food security © 123RF
A multi stakeholder roundtable will be established to tackle food security © 123RF

'Political will biggest barrier to food security in Africa'

Will Green is news editor of Supply Management
14 July 2016

The biggest challenge to food security in Africa is lack of leadership and political will, a summit to tackle the issue was told.

The conference – Investing in a Food Secure Future – was the first of its kind between the European Union (EU) and the African Union Commission (AUC). Its aim was to promote cooperation in policies around food, agriculture and nutrition improvement.

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