Food insecurity in Africa is #Solvable

Food insecurity in Africa is #Solvable. Agnes Kalibata describes how connecting smallholder farmers to markets and the sharing economy via mobile phones can solve the problem of food insecurity in Africa. 

Agnes Kalibata is the President of the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA), leading the organization’s efforts with public and private partners to ensure a food secure and prosperous Africa through rapid, inclusive, sustainable agricultural growth, improving the productivity and livelihoods of millions of smallholder farmers in Africa. Prior to joining AGRA, Kalibata was Rwanda’s Minister of Agriculture and Animal Resources.

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