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African countries continue to face deepening food crises which have been accentuated by the global food, energy and financial crises. Dr. Adesina explains how this situation is part of a long term structural problem: decades of under-investments in the agricultural sector and poor policies of support for smallholder farmers who form the bulk of the farming population.
This lecture was part of the CIIFAD "Perspectives in International Development" seminar series.