Might a bird’s eye view of investments in agri-food systems in Africa alarm or excite us, as we consider the findings of the EAT-Lancet Commission? Is the future food supply in Africa sufficiently incentivised to transition to meet future demand for healthier diets?
Could a new initiative on graduation from poverty help eliminate extreme poverty in Kenya?
I’m heading out to Nairobi from London to help evolve how efforts to reduce poverty in Kenya are done. In the international development sector, and in the business world, improving the incentives for a large number of organisations to work together, and helping leaders in those organisations navigate a complex landscape that works better for the whole, can add genuine value.