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While leaders talk and talk, Africa’s food crisis worsens

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Few countries have implemented the allocation of a minimum of 10 per cent of their national budgets to the agriculture sector.

While leaders talk and talk, Africa’s food crisis worsens

By Dr John Kakonge | 1 month ago

Lesson for Africa from UNESCO report on World Heritage forests

Lesson for Africa from UNESCO report on World Heritage forests

World Heritage forests, which cover 69 million hectares, emitted more carbon than they captured between 2001 and 2020.

Dr John Kakonge | 2 months ago

While leaders talk and talk, Africa’s food crisis worsens

Few countries have implemented the allocation of a minimum of 10 per cent of their national budgets to the agriculture sector.

Dr John Kakonge | 1 month ago

Lesson for Africa from UNESCO report on World Heritage forests

World Heritage forests, which cover 69 million hectares, emitted more carbon than they captured between 2001 and 2020.

Dr John Kakonge | 2 months ago

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