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To reduce hunger in Africa, work with poor farmers – not against them

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The example of Rwanda shows that if agricultural innovation is to help the poorest people on the continent, it needs to be more inclusive

Neil Dawson

In the 1960s and 1970s, a “green revolution” of agricultural modernisation swept through many Asian countries, helping farmers and transforming economies as it went.

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