malawi_farm.jpgAngola’s farming sector could finally resolve what its oil and diamond exports have for years failed to do: lift millions of Angolans out of poverty.

Thousands of kilometres of roads have been rebuilt after a civil war that ended in 2002, enabling farmers from banana plantations in the south to coffee producers in the north to bring their products to market on time and at affordable prices.

(Continue reading at Reuters)

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