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World Food Prize Laureate Heads Global Food Security Centeri
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July 10, 2012 9:05 PM
Purdue University scientist Gebisa Ejeta is known in agriculture for enhancing sorghum crops in Africa. The 2009 World Food Prize Laureate is on a quest to help the world better understand the causes of global food insecurity as the world population increases. VOA’s Kane Farabaugh reports from the campus of Purdue University in the Midwestern state of Indiana

World Food Prize Laureate Heads Global Food Security Center

Published July 10, 2012

Purdue University scientist Gebisa Ejeta is known in agriculture for enhancing sorghum crops in Africa. The 2009 World Food Prize Laureate is on a quest to help the world better understand the causes of global food insecurity as the world population increases. VOA’s Kane Farabaugh reports from the campus of Purdue University in the Midwestern state of Indiana


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