Politicians love telling us a story of how benevolent, rich countries are helping "poor people in Africa"
with billions of pounds in aid. We're led to believe our kindness and pity can help Africa because it
lacks the capacity to help itself. But is this really true? Click on the slider below to find out more
77,451,476kgDespite having malnutrition of 18%, Guinea Bissau exports 77,451 tons of cashew nuts. 99% of exports are food.
103,950,344kgDespite having malnutrition of 26%, Uganda exports 103,950 tons of Corn/Maize
359,505,426kgDespite having malnutrition of 35%, Ethiopia exports 359,505 tons of beans. 66% of all Ethiopian exports are food.
946,499,144kgDespite having malnutrition of 30%, Madagascar exports 359,505 tons of crustaceans