GAMBIA SAYS HELPING FARMERS MEET DEMAND FOR MEAT AND MILK

In July, agriculture experts in Africa said the continent is less likely to meet demand for meat and milk by 2050 if it fails to boost economic growth and improve livelihoods.

 

Experts say, In the next 30 years, meat consumption per person will rise from 19kilograms to 26kilograms a year, while demand for milk will rise from 44kilograms to 64kilograms per person yearly.

 

Well, on Friday, the Gambia government said it was helping dairy farmers to meet the demand for meat and milk in a country where imported frozen chicken legs are the cheapest source of protein for the majority of the population.

 

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