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African countries are increasingly turning to India for investments in the agricultural sector. Several nations, including Kenya, Uganda, Ethiopia, Senegal, and Mozambique, are offering land on long-term leases to Indian businesses to boost agricultural production[1][2][3]. The opportunity lies in areas such as rice, wheat, millets, floriculture, and livestock[1]. Indian investors are providing agricultural mechanization, including tractors, ploughs, tillers, and sowing machinery, to enhance productivity[2].

Additionally, Indian companies are investing in agro-processing, horticulture, storage facilities, and technology transfer to help African countries access global markets[2][3]. These partnerships aim to leverage India's expertise in small farm mechanization and microfinance to improve the livelihoods of African farmers, particularly women[2]. By collaborating with India, African nations hope to replicate India's success in achieving food security and becoming a major player in the global food market[5].

Citations:
[1] https://www.thehindubusinessline.com/economy/agri-business/african-countries-turn-to-india-for-investments-in-agriculture/article68208234.ece
[2] https://africaindia.org/african-agriculture-an-abiding-investment-avenue-for-india/
[3] https://africaindia.org/agriculture-as-an-emerging-sector-mutual-interests-of-india-and-africa/
[4] https://www.afdb.org/fr/news-and-events/thirteen-african-countries-seal-agriculture-industrialization-deal-with-india-17058
[5] https://www.pwc.in/assets/pdfs/publications/2016/india-africa-partnership-in-agriculture-current-and-future-prospects.pdf

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