“Zero hunger is possible, with growing of much more crops on every land, people of every nation will have plenty food.” ― Lailah Gifty Akita
There is no doubt that the African continent, and Sudan in particular, possesses great agricultural potential, but there are obstacles that are not easy to achieve food security for it and for the neighboring peoples of the world, in addition to the renewal of annual disasters such as floods, tribal conflicts and migration due to problems in neighboring countries, which impede the optimal utilization of these resources. and national wealth, and the contrast between rural and urban areas is one of the important reasons behind migration to urban areas and major city centers, which leads to an increase in desertification and desertification of the countryside, with the difficulty of securing rapid means of transportation, to deliver agricultural products to cities and markets, especially after the high cost of oil, and the low value of oil. Local and national criticism, so the farmer feels that he is alone in the face of these obstacles and fluctuations, and that there is no one to protect him and defend his rights to a decent life. And our role in the institution is to help farmers, in many cases, by securing good seeds, to improve agricultural production, and guiding them to ways to develop traditional agriculture, while developing rural development in the affected and remote areas, and improving the efficiency level of agricultural methods basically, to increase productivity, Raising income rates, improving the services needed in these areas, to secure the stability of their people there, and abandoning the idea of migrating to overcrowded cities, as well as arming the rural population with the elements of critical human assets such as education, health and information, which would maximize the economic opportunities available to them. in their areas, as well as holding training courses for agricultural guides and experts, on how to teach farmers to improve the diversified agricultural production in these areas, ways to overcome the obstacles facing their projects, and how to think of possible solutions to them, and modern irrigation methods without the need to waste water, to achieve efficiency The use of water, in order to increase their income, the success of their projects and the stability of their natural lives.