Urban agriculture is sprouting in Africa

The recent development of urban agriculture is not limited to the rooftops of Brooklyn and the community gardens in San Francisco. The phenomenon is surging is African cities, as rural populations are flooding to urban centers in search of better opportunities. In some places, it was sowed by NGOs—such as the sack gardens in Nairobi slums. Everywhere, food-security is being built one urban plot of edible garden at a time.

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Urban agriculture is sprouting in Africa

The recent development of urban agriculture is not limited to the rooftops of Brooklyn and the community gardens in San Francisco. The phenomenon is surging is African cities, as rural populations are flooding to urban centers in search of better opportunities. In some places, it was sowed by NGOs—such as the sack gardens in Nairobi slums. Everywhere, food-security is being built one urban plot of edible garden at a time.

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