OSVALDO GÊMO, IN DAKAR, SENEGALOS African Heads of State intend to mobilize financial resources for investments in the private sector with the aim of exploiting the food and agricultural potential of the continent, in a joint effort towards zero hunger by 2030.This is the expectation of the Food Summit that brings together African heads of state and government in Dakar, Senegal, starting today. With the removal of barriers to agricultural development supported by new investments, agricultural production in Africa could increase by 280 billion dollars a year to 1 billion dollars by 2030, according to data that Notícias had access to in the context of the event. of food value, are the assumptions that can “help transform Africa into a breadbasket for the world”.Read more…Source:Jornal Notícias

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