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WB - Insect and Hydroponic Farming in Africa - December 2021

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Type de document: Rapports et evaluations
Type de document: English
Date de publication: 7 December 2021 (il y a 1 an)
Créé: 15 February 2022 (il y a 11 mois)
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WB - Insect and Hydroponic Farming in Africa - December 2021

Type de document: Rapports et evaluations
Langue(s): English
This book presents a heavily disruptive, inclusive, and resilient solution to Africa’s wide-ranging food security challenges. Specifically, it assesses the benefits and costs of using the frontier agriculture technologies to create a circular food economy in Africa, particularly in Fragility, Conflict, and Violence (FCV)-affected countries. This book focuses on two types of frontier agriculture technologies: insect farming and hydroponic crop farming. Both technologies quickly produce nutritious human food and animal feed and could provide tremendous health, social, economic, climatic, environmental, and food security benefits in Africa. Insect and hydroponic farming can create a circular food economy by reusing society’s organic waste, including agricultural and certain industrial waste, to produce foods for humans, fish, and livestock without the need for vast amounts of arable land or water resources. This book finds that frontier agriculture is a viable complement to conventional agriculture in Africa and

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