African green revolution should focus on small farmers.

You will see the entire Kaiser Daily Health Policy Record, search the archives, or sign up for email delivery of in-depth coverage of wellness policy developments, debates and discussions. The Kaiser Daily Wellness Policy Report is published for, a free provider of The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. Copyright 2009 Advisory Board Company and Kaiser Family Foundation. All rights reserved.. African ‘green revolution’ should focus on small farmers, U.N. Record says Investments in agricultural technology ought to be directed to Africa’s smallholder farmers in an effort to increase food security after years of low financing, the U.N. Meeting on Trade and Development stated in a written report on Wednesday, Reuters reviews .N. News Centre writes. ‘The record notes that Africa’s smallholder farmers can reap the benefits of new systems such as low-cost drip irrigation and plastic water tanks to store runoff, instead of modern irrigation systems that may boost crop yields but were created more for larger farms,’ the news headlines service notes . Continue reading African green revolution should focus on small farmers.

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