TRANSFORMING AFRICA’S AGENDA TO BE FOOD SECURE

AFRICA is spending about US$50 billion every year importing food from other parts of the world. This situation poses an opportunity for African countries to reposition themselves in a bid to make the continent food secure. This led the African Union Commission to...

CAAPs TO CATALYSE AFRICA’S TRANSFORMATION

Common African Agro-Parks (CAAPs) are vehicles aimed at driving cross border projects to leverage on initiatives which focus on priority or strategic commodities. It is envisioned this approach will spur economic development and transformation in Africa, as espoused...

$50 BILLION EXTERNALIZED THROUGH AGRO-IMPORTS

THE Common African Agro-Parks Programme (CAAPs) is externalizing about US$50 billion per year to import food commodities, it has been revealed. CAAPs was established in 2019 as on of the initiatives of the Comprehensive African Agricultural Development Programme...