Why root crops are the future of food security in Africa

Despite the dominance of the “Big Three” cereal crops and a steady rise in meat consumption, an overlooked food sector is projected to become ever more central to Africa’s food security and rural economic growth between now and 2050. Over the next three decades, the...

Why Root Crops Are the Future of Food Security in Africa

Africa, Climate Action, Climate Change, Development & Aid, Economy & Trade, Environment, Food and Agriculture, Food Security and Nutrition, Headlines, TerraViva United Nations • Why Root Crops Are the Future of Food Security in Africa – Despite the...

Three ways to make a difference with agriculture this Mandela month

If you’re wondering how you can make a difference this Mandela Month, start with food… Farming is one of the most important professions for the future of food security in Africa. Did you know that, according to StatsSA, 17.3% of South Africa’s population (10.1 million...