Can Africa feed itself in spite of climate change?
By Sophie Yeo
Can Africa feed itself? It’s a question that experts, politicians and scientists have gathered this week in Morrocco, to try to answer.
Despite possessing 60% of the world’s uncultivated arable land, Africa still imports around $40-50 billion in agricultural products annually.
But the challenges are potentially greater.
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