Senegalese agricultural bank targets smallholder revolution

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By Tom Collins. Published on October 15, 2021

Most of Senegal’s farmers engage in low-yield subsistence farming. Malick Ndiaye, CEO of La Banque Agricole, explains to Tom Collins how his bank is helping to modernise the sector.