Africa’s agricultural transformation starts today

The FARA Social Reporters Blog

If we look into Africa‘s recent history, we see that this part of the world fits perfectly, at this time, into the growth limits stated by Reverend Thomas Malthus more than 200 years ago. With a population doubling every 25 years and an ecological decline hard to slow down, Africa is about to reach its “limits of growth”. But this is not a reason to despair.

At the Forum for Agricultural Research in Africa Science Week that will take place in Accra, Ghana between July 15-20th, ensuring food security will be the hottest topic on agenda. With a diverse audience made up of policy makers, researchers, private sector and civil society representative, the Science Week will try to establish how agriculture can transform Africa’s future.

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Posted on July 15, 2013, in Youth and Agriculture. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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