Is Food Security in Africa Increasing?

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Eastern Cape Big Pineapple; Author: NJR ZA; Source: Wiki Commons

An interesting article by Miriam Gathigah for Inter Press Africa suggests that several countries on the continent have hugely improved food security over recent years. Ghana, South Africa, Rwanda, Liberia, Malawi and Sierra Leone in particular, are cited by a recent ActionAid International study as having made significant strides by investing in agriculture. To read Gathigah’s article click here.

Let us know how food security is fairing where you are? Are these nations exceptions or are countries across the continent making real progress in securing enough food for their people?

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