South-south partnerships point way for food security and poverty reduction
Knowledge transfer between middle-income and least developed countries has proven potential to transform lives of poorest
By Fazle Hasan Abed and Kanayo Nwanze
Rural poverty and food insecurity continue to be serious challenges in many developing countries. But new partnerships are key to overcoming these challenges. The potential of south-south co-operation to advance development and poverty reduction is increasingly evident, especially as emerging economies increase their investments in developing countries in Asia and Africa.
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