The Morning Call
More than 300 million people live with less than $1dollar in Sub-Saharan Africa with a life expectancy which barely exceeds 55 years.
Poverty is the principal cause of hunger in Africa and people do not have sufficient income to purchase enough food. In the same light, seventy-five percent of the world’s poorest countries are located in Africa.
In today’s edition of Business on the Morning Call, Stephane Kugne takes a look at measures which need to be taken in order to end poverty in Africa.
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