People & Culture

Improving Africa’s food-security, one woman at a time

Food-security expert Jemimah Njuki explains why women are poised to take a leading role in Africa’s agriculture industry
  • Mar 08, 2018
  • 68 words
  • 1 minutes
Jemimah Njuki, a food-security expert with IDRC Expand Image

Why African women should be playing a bigger and more equal role in achieving food security for the continent. Part of an ongoing series of stories about innovative projects in the developing world, a partnership between the International Development Research Centre and Canadian Geographic.

Visit the Charting Change website to read “Improving Africa’s food-security, one woman at a time.”

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