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African governments spend an average of just five per cent of their national budgets on agriculture risking even greater hunger across the continent, according to a new report published today by the international agency, ActionAid.

To: Ministers of Finance of The Republic of Burundi, The Republic of Kenya, The Republic of Rwanda, The United Republic of Tanzania and  The Republic of Uganda.Subject: End tax incentives in the...
To: Ministers of Finance of The Republic of Burundi, The Republic of Kenya, The Republic of Rwanda, The United Republic of Tanzania and  The Republic of Uganda.Subject: End tax incentives in the...
To: Ministers of Finance of The Republic of Burundi, The Republic of Kenya, The Republic of Rwanda, The United Republic of Tanzania and  The Republic of Uganda.Subject: End tax incentives in the...
To: Ministers of Finance of The Republic of Burundi, The Republic of Kenya, The Republic of Rwanda, The United Republic of Tanzania and  The Republic of Uganda.Subject: End tax incentives in the...
To: Ministers of Finance of The Republic of Burundi, The Republic of Kenya, The Republic of Rwanda, The United Republic of Tanzania and  The Republic of Uganda.Subject: End tax incentives in the...
To: Ministers of Finance of The Republic of Burundi, The Republic of Kenya, The Republic of Rwanda, The United Republic of Tanzania and  The Republic of Uganda.Subject: End tax incentives in the...
To: Ministers of Finance of The Republic of Burundi, The Republic of Kenya, The Republic of Rwanda, The United Republic of Tanzania and  The Republic of Uganda.Subject: End tax incentives in the...
To: Ministers of Finance of The Republic of Burundi, The Republic of Kenya, The Republic of Rwanda, The United Republic of Tanzania and  The Republic of Uganda.Subject: End tax incentives in the...
To: Ministers of Finance of The Republic of Burundi, The Republic of Kenya, The Republic of Rwanda, The United Republic of Tanzania and  The Republic of Uganda.Subject: End tax incentives in the...