Pedro Sanchez

Director of the Tropical Agriculture Project, Columbia University

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Director of both the Tropical Agriculture Project and Millennium Villages Project, both at Columbia University

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The  Gates  and  Rockefeller Foundations  have announced a joint
project to create a new  Green Revolution in sub-Saharan Africa ,
which, if current trends continue, will be the only…

Gates, Rockefeller Foundations Join to Fight African Hunger

The Gates and Rockefeller Foundations have announced a joint project to create a new Green Revolution in sub-Saharan Africa , which, if current trends continue, will be the only…

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