ACCELERATING AFRICA'S INDUSTRIALIZATION BASED ON AGRICULTURE

ACCELERATING AFRICA'S INDUSTRIALIZATION BASED ON AGRICULTURE

An excellent pitch. Hard to think of a more important issue, now that food security in Africa already facing serious threats from global (economic) growth-based policies Many traditional economists seem to forget that monetary economics is built on ecological reality. But maybe ask Project Pusaka why their perspective differs from yours. A useful mutual discussion could result? Maybe even leading to collaborative innovation?

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You can read my article published on the 9th April, 2020. Which was on the same thematic πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡ https://rainbownewszambia.com/2020/03/24/accelerating-africas-industrialization-based-on-agriculture-as-a-business/

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I would recommend Raymond Auerbach book on organic agriculture. https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Raymond_Auerbach

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I am gratefulπŸ‘ŒβœŠπŸ˜Š. Yes i totally agree to your concern. Africa haa a multidimensional negative impact where food security is determined. This is because most of the people their wage falls on acute poverty pipeline. Also not having one concrete source of income. The other reality is that international policies for or global has not adequately done justice for smallholders farmers to be a free molecule. What is to be done, to create a cohort-academy to address policy poverty reduction

Also management of results and processes which can address serenity and equitable of policies for poverty reduction to be fetched and manged. Also mutual understanding as you have stated which will provide conducive environment for skilled entrepreneurs table their skills. Here is the equation: COHORT ACADEMY βž• EQUITABLE PROVISIONS OR SYSTEM = ACCELERATED ENTREPRENEURS

An excellent pitch. Hard to think of a more important issue, now that food security in Africa already facing serious threats from global (economic) growth-based policies Many traditional economists seem to forget that monetary economics is built on ecological reality. But maybe ask Project Pusaka why their perspective differs from yours. A useful mutual discussion could result? Maybe even leading to collaborative innovation?

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