Countries in sub-Saharan Africa are improving their food security, while output by many developed states in Europe has regressed.
According to the latest Global Food Security index of The Economist Intelligence Unit, "Sub-Saharan African nations made significant progress this past year," according to the report. In contrast, there was "a fall in developed European economies, in particular Greece."
The report states that the sub-Saharan Africa’s improvement is attributed to rising incomes in the region, greater access to farmer financing and a heightened emphasis on quality food and nutrition.
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