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Agriculture: A business response to economic growth in the sub-Sahara. Part 1

Some of the major issues that the Africa sub-Saharan is expected to face is in the years  ahead are food issue, the population growth, exponential increase in the unemployment  rate etc.... All are inextricably linked. One is the cause of another and so on. 
Some 795 million people in the world and especially in the Sub-Sahara do not have enough food to lead a healthy active life. That's about one in nine people on earth.Sub-Saharan Africa is the region with the highest prevalence (percentage of population) of hunger. One person in four there is undernourished.( Source World Food Program)
There is the paradox: Africa continent has  is huge surface favorable for agriculture and a good weather, but only a few percentage is used for agriculture and most a huge amount of food crops is for export, while most of its people die every day of hunger especially in the corn and in the sub-sahara.
Who is to blame for this issue? Governments? The policy makers? Farmers? Or the nature?
The population…
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1-Develop agriculture
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