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Publication sur le ‘Continental Investment Plan for accelerating Rice Self-Sufficiency in Africa’ lancée par AfricaRice
Le riz est devenu un aliment de base important en Afrique subsaharienne (ASS). C'est la source d'énergie alimentaire la plus importante en Afrique de l'Ouest et la troisième plus importante pour l'Afrique subsaharienne. La demande croît plus rapidement que pour tout autre aliment de base, en raison de l'évolution des préférences des consommateurs, de l'urbanisation rapide et de la croissance
AfricaRice publication on ‘Continental investment plan for accelerating rice self-sufficiency in Africa’ released
Rice has become a major staple food in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). It is the single most important source of dietary energy in West Africa and the third most important for SSA. Demand is growing faster than for any other food staple, because of changes in consumer preferences, rapid urbanization and population growth.  In the aftermath of the rice crisis in 2007/2008 in SSA, mostly related to
Building capacity of youth in rice entrepreneurship brings new hope to Senegal
Over 100 young Senegalese from the Senegal River Valley gained technical knowledge and entrepreneurial skills related to the rice value chain thanks to the project ‘Promoting youth entrepreneurship and job creation in the West African rice value chain’ (PEJERIZ). The training course, which was conducted at the AfricaRice Regional Training Center in Saint Louis, Senegal, 15-26 October 2018,