Les gouvernements africains ne consacrent en moyenne qu’à peine 5% de leur budget national à l’agriculture, au risque de contribuer à l’augmentation de la faim à travers le continent, selon un rapport publié aujourd’hui par ActionAid.
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.
The work of ActionAid in Burundi dates back to 1976 when the organisation was registered with the Government as “Action in Distress”. During the early years, the organisation had a countrywide presence and responded to immediate needs of poor people particularly in the areas of facilitating education (e.g. supplying of uniforms and school materials) and livelihoods.