Africa is so rich in farmland – so why is it still hungry?
By Anthony Kamande and Dailes Judge It’s been more than two months since it rained in Nakuru County, Kenya, and Jane’s bean crop is long gone. Her only hope on her small plot of 0.8 hectares is the maize crop – but it will also…
The Inequality Epidemic in Brazil
By Jefferson Nascimento When the covid-19 pandemic hit Brazil, it resulted in a social, economic and sanitary crisis as the country was vulnerable in different dimensions, a scenario that has been worsening since 2015 and interrupted the trend of income inequality reduction (since early 2000s)….