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Jean-Michel Severino

Agribusiness: An opportunity for Africa

Jean-Michel Severino, President of Investisseurs & Partenaires (I&P) impact fund, and former executive director of the French development agency, AFD, explains the emergence of a new category of agricultural players in Africa: agribusiness entrepreneurs, along with their successes and challenges.

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In his new publication, President of the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), Dr Kanayo Nwanze, argues the case for collaborative innovations to deliver the Sustainable Development Goals, and enable Africa to achieve rural development on its own.

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Judith A. Hermanson

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Ruerd Ruben

Professor at Wageningen University

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