Gates, Rockefeller Foundation Turn to Feeding Africa Bill Gates and the Rockefeller Foundation announced Tuesday that they are joining forces to help reduce hunger in Africa. Guests explore how agriculture production in the region might benefit.
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Gates, Rockefeller Foundation Turn to Feeding Africa

Gates, Rockefeller Foundation Turn to Feeding Africa

Gates, Rockefeller Foundation Turn to Feeding Africa

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Bill Gates and the Rockefeller Foundation announced Tuesday that they are joining forces to help reduce hunger in Africa. Guests explore how agriculture production in the region might benefit.

Guests:

Dan Charles, NPR contributing correspondent

Gary Toenniessen, interim president of AGRA (Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa); currently director, food security, Rockfeller Foundation

Eric Holt-Gimenez, executive director of Food First/Institute for Food Development and Policy