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Northern Nigeria’s grain trade, which supplies almost half of the Sahel’s cereals, has slowed severely, while abnormally high prices of staple grains across the Sahel are causing serious food security concerns in this chronically vulnerable region.

Northern Nigeria’s grain trade, which supplies almost half of the Sahel’s cereals, has slowed severely, while abnormally high prices of staple grains across the Sahel are causing serious food security concerns in this chronically vulnerable region.

The Crop That Can Feed the World? As global temperatures and populations increase, sustainable and effective systems, such as #enset systems, are essential to eliminating poverty and hunger.

The Crop That Can Feed the World? As global temperatures and populations increase, sustainable and effective systems, such as #enset systems, are essential to eliminating poverty and hunger.

Nigerian cassava farm seeking finance to boost crop production

Nigerian cassava farm seeking finance to boost crop production

Community Post: 18 Great DIY Achievements

18 Great DIY Achievements

African Countries Come Up Short on Investment in Agriculture

African Countries Come Up Short on Investment in Agriculture

'Nothing improves an economy as efficiently as agriculture'--Bill Gates to US Senate

'Nothing improves an economy as efficiently as agriculture'--Bill Gates to US Senate

World's 2.5 billion smallholder farmers are key to global food security and sustainability

World's 2.5 billion smallholder farmers are key to global food security and sustainability

Recent workshop put focus on future scenario building to help East Africa deal with climate change and development issues | CCAFS: CGIAR research program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security

Recent workshop put focus on future scenario building to help East Africa deal with climate change and development issues | CCAFS: CGIAR research program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security

Peter Chege: Farmer reaping big from hydroponics in Kenya - YouTube. He says it uses about 80% less water.

Peter Chege: Farmer reaping big from hydroponics in Kenya - YouTube. He says it uses about 80% less water.

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