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Africa could feed the world

Hosted by: Mike Freni

People deserve equal access to informational as to educational resources not to forget strong teaching, facilities, technology, and instructional materials, no matter their race, color, or national origin. The majority of Africa’s extremely poor people still live in rural areas without adequate power, connectivity and education. They primarily work on smallholder subsistence farms for their livelihoods. Those farmers and prospective exporters should be adequately educated on use of seeding, pesticides, fertilizers, harvesting, logistics, international standards and the health and economic implications.

Kumbaya has innovated and patented the first-of-its-kind technology called zeroXess. It is an a Solar-Powered, Communications and IoT Hub capable of delivering electricity and internet connectivity on a limitless platform to ensure that each household has access to achieve literacy and gain the knowledge needed to ensure they escape poverty. zeroXess delivers a solution to one of the world’s greatest challe