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World Bank to support African continent in Agriculture intervention

By Fatima Saka

The World Bank has prioritized five main areas to support the African continent in boosting its economy and agriculture intervention.

This was revealed on Tuesday in abuja by the country representative while delivering his goodwill massage at West and Central African Postharvest Congress and Exhibitions.

The world Bank support centre is called Africa centers of excellence from the inception since 2014, has interven over 80 countries, implementation in 50 universities across the countries, in areas of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, Agriculture, Environmental Science, and Spplied Social Sciences Education.

According to world Bank, “Africa Centers of Excellence is highly impactful addressing difficult impressions about many issues including food insecurity, climate change and infectious diseases.

“Particularly appreciate is FEMA. Its Congress that focuses on promotion of African indigenous food for sustainable food system through innovative research.

” And finally, I wish to recognize the tremendous effort from the center but also the legal system provided from the universities in making sure the center is functioning well and to the results.

“I also want to recognize that sefer has been categorized as one of the high performing centers in our project on two aspects, one in the achievement of operations results for also in terms of utilization of the farm allocated to both of these indicators are very important,” World Bank.

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