Seventy percent of the world’s uncultivated arable land is in Africa. And that land is seen as a possible solution to feed the globe’s growing population. But Africa’s agriculture has been declining steadily since the 70’s, and if this continent is to become the world’s bread basket, it will need some help.
Talk Africa explores China’s role in helping equip Africa with the necessary knowledge and skills to achieve it’s full agricultural potential.
As we continue our series on China-Africa co-operation, this week we’ll unpack China’s support of Africa’s agriculture.