The chemical fertiliser push in Africa and its implications for smallholder farmers is not receiving enough attention in current discourses concerning Green Revolution policies and practises in Africa.
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In a scandalous move of skulduggery, the African Fertiliser and Agribusiness Partnership (AFAP), under the guise of empowering smallholder farmers in Africa, is subsidising multinational fertiliser and financial corporations on African soil. Other beneficiaries of this scheme are the global grain trading and food processing giants.
We consider AGRA's broad philosophy and structure, focusing on AGRA's own views or those of its consultants, before turning to a more detailed consideration of its specific work in the Programme for Africa's Seed Systems (PASS) and, in slightly less detail, its Soil Health Programme (SHP).
and the elimination of our collective memory in order to shoehorn people into towns
and convert them into faithful consumers of whatever the market provides.