In “Food and the Transformation of Africa”, Kofi Annan and Sam Dryden argue that it is high time to think about agriculture in the developing world in a more holistic way. To reach its full potential, Africa’s food system should value the smallholder farmer, empower women, focus on the quality as well as the quantity of food, create a thriving rural economy, and protect the environment. In digital technology, today’s African leaders have a powerful tool to integrate smallholders into the broader economy. You can read the full article on Foreign Affairs. An edited version can be found on Mr. Annan’s Linkedin profile.