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COVID-19 could result in millions of job losses across Africa

The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic could result in a severe crisis in agriculture on the African continent, according to Gillian Pais, a partner at McKinsey & Company.

LOW-INCOME FAMILIES WILL BE WORST AFFECTED

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