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Agriculture and Rural Development
Despite recent progress, malnutrition and hunger are still prevalent in a number of countries, particularly in Sub-Saharan Africa. The second SDG targets the elimination of this scourge by 2030, by focusing on sustainable agriculture, increasing the production capacity of small-scale farming and developing rural infrastructure. AFD contributes to this ambition by supporting agroecological intensification and the development of sustainable agricultural landscapes.
AFD and Agriculture: SUPPORTING RURAL DEVELOPMENT AND STRENGTHENING FOOD SECURITY
Improving food security governance
Developing rural territories
Strengthening agricultural sectors
euros committed in Sub-Saharan Africa in 2016
of commitments for Sahel countries
In 2016, AFD’s financing for food security in Sub-Saharan Africa stood at EUR 603m, i.e. 21.6% of AFD’s commitments in the region.
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Cotton and Poverty in West Africa: a Comparative Analysis of Household Living Conditions in Mali and Burkina Faso
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