Multimedia | Prospects for 21st Century African Agriculture

Oct, 11 2010

What will it take for Africa to feed itself? Can the continent double its current crop yields and provide food not only for itself, but for export to outside markets? How can African farmers become as productive as their global peers? These and other questions were presented on October 11 by former UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan, who joined Jeff Sachs on Columbia's campus to discuss Africa's agricultural future.