Traditional food crops that have adapted to climate change and poor soils hold the key to food security, but is enough being done to conserve them?
Key ingredients of food security are access to seeds and training in sustainable management.
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“Currently laws criminalise small farmers, the government gives them no support, and they’re in danger of becoming obsolete."
Agriculturalist John Nzira says his focus is small-scale farmers because they produce more than 70 percent of food in sub-Saharan Africa.