Climate Change, Feeding a People, Ending Hunger

More than 250 million are hungry in Africa, yet one-third of all food is either lost or wasted. More than 70% of Africans cannot afford a healthy diet. However, Africa has huge agricultural potential. For example, achievable maize yield in East African highlands is about 11 tonnes per ha, while it currently produce less than 2.5 tonnes per ha. What kind of revolution needs to happen in agriculture, investment in food technology, markets, and distribution so that no African goes to bed hungry?