The coronavirus pandemic has exposed the great weakness of African countries in handling the disease and its economic and social consequences.
We are yet again at a critical turning point in transforming food and agriculture worldwide. And it’s not just because the United Nations and intergovernmental processes recently decided to adopt a “food systems approach” in transforming the sector, but more so with
The pandemic has shown the great deficits of the political, economic and social system in force in the world. The multifaceted, systemic and interrelated crisis that we are currently experiencing unleashes all its harshness, increasing poverty, unemployment and hopelessness.