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Covid has left millions in need but we have the power to end hunger once and for all

Children in South Africa eat porridge distributed by the non-profit organisation and charity group "Hunger has no Religion" CREDIT: MARCO LONGARI/AFP

Ajuwon-Akute: Looking closer from home

Covid-19 remains the greatest global challenge. It has affected everything from local and regional economic and, financial systems, social life to food systems and ultimately, every aspect of our daily lives.

The quest for an Inclusive Agricultural Transformation: My AGRA story

At the end of this month, March 2021, I took a bow and ended my term on the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA) Board after 4 years of serving. AGRA is a unique African institution that is catalyzing and driving Inclusive

CARE Offers Policies That Engender Success for Young People in Agribusiness

By Victor Manyong and Kanayo F. Nwanze

Often cited as Africa’s greatest asset, its youth are also among the most vulnerable and volatile.

Strengthening Local Farmers to avert looming food crisis

A recent statement from the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), the United Nations’ special agency entrusted with the responsibility for rural and agricultural development, clearly indicates that to