Agriculture employs a considerable proportion of the African population and contributes a sizable portion of the continent's GDP In a study issued in February 2022, the Global Hunger Initiative stated that 45 million people in 43 African nations risked starvation Food availability has long been recognized as a crucial factor in achieving long-term economic success "Economic growth is only sustainable if all nations have food security," says Maximo Torero of the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI). He states, "Without a country-owned and led food security policy, global, regional, and national economic growth would face challenges and additional expenses." Food availability has long been recognized as a crucial factor in achieving long-term economic success. Food is also seen as essential to the emotional and physical well-being of people in any community. As a result, any food-insecure society is likely to suffer major human capital issues and, as a result, growth challenges. Therefore For that reason, eradicating malnutrition was a vital goal of the United Nations Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and remains a crucial goal of the more recently proposed Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). In a study issued in February 2022, the Global Hunger Initiative stated that 45 million people in
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