Around 80 percent of food in Africa has to be imported. This makes many African countries particularly vulnerable to external shocks. The war in Ukraine has demonstrated this once again. In addition to these external factors, however, it is also evident that the local transportation and logistics infrastructure in many African countries is inadequate to handle the necessary imports quickly and distribute them to the hinterland.
The upcoming Infrastructure Development Africa will address these issues during a LinkedIn Live online summit on 30 November 2022. The participating experts from Africa and Europe will discuss “Sustainable Long-term Solutions and Logistical Challenges” against the backdrop of the current food supply crisis in Africa. Participation is free of charge.
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55 African states are on their way to foster a confident African industrialization.
The story of Africa’s expansion is developing. Six of the world’s quickest developing economies are located in Africa. Democratic governance has been improved over the past five decades, facilitating a platform for reliable progress and prosperity in most parts of the continent.
The signs that we can see today show high population growth, economic prosperity, a significant increase in the quality of life, and stabilization of the political systems. This development, however, requires more and more a functioning infrastructure in all areas. This is the only way to exploit potential and meet the high expectations of the population for life quality in their home country.
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