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A for-profit project has improved nutrition in Rwanda - is it a model that can eliminate hunger across Africa?

Article from the World Economic Forum highlights the impact of African Improved Foods - a public private partnership aimed to improve nutrition and economic outcomes.

Africa Improved Foods (AIF) - a public private partnership involving DSM, Government of Rwanda, IFC, CDC Group and FMO - is an example of why investing in agriculture and local food manufacturing makes sense. Through the investment of $70 million, and with the cooperation of smallholder farmers, governments, donors and private partners, AIF is is working to improve the nutrition of 2 million children in Rwanda. Further, a study cited in this article estimates that between 2016 to 2031, AIF will generate $756 million

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