Successful smallholder farms, scaled-up investment, and nutrition-friendly public policies are crucial to boosting Africa’s food supply in the coming decades, says global leader Kofi Annan.
Pediatrician Mark Manary sees more widespread uses for his pioneering peanut butter supplement that treats severe malnutrition in children
Food scientist and executive Jane Karuku is leading the way for a broader look at adding value to Africa’s crops.
African nutrition pioneer Ruth Oniang’o continues to champion solutions for the continent’s most pressing food issues.
Biotech policy expert Calestous Juma believes educating Africa’s leaders about the role of technology in agriculture is key to helping the continent reap the benefits of innovation.
Senegal’s veteran food science leader Ababacar Sadikh Ndoye says food processing technology has an important role to play in ending food insecurity.