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Many non-profit organizations boast the need for assistance in Africa. The needs include food, clean water, sanitation, economic security, education, medicine, and much more. It's difficult to solve all of these issues at once, but one solution can be a great start and that is agriculture.
Members of the African Union have renewed their commitment to spend 10% of their annual budgets toward agriculture. If everyone follows through, the continent could see great growth.
Watch these short videos and join us next week for more discussion on this topic.