Here’s how Rwanda plans to curb food wastage, end food insecurity

Rwanda's Ministry of Agriculture and Animal Resources had pledged to eradicate food insecurity completely by 2025. However, it said that the issue of food loss and wastage threatens the commitment. CNBC Africa spoke to Eugene Kwibuka, Spokesperson at the Ministry of Agriculture to tell us what the country is doing to overcome the food waste challenge.

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