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Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology Reports

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Problems facing Bioprocessing in West Africa

Author(s): Loude Manchuin

Bioprocessing is the production or any process that uses living cell or their components to produce desired products. Bioprocess engineering has lead to many discoveries with aimed at improving the overall quality of living of any society. The most important is the discovering of the cultivation of genetically modified food. In west africa in particular, food security is currently threatened by several factors ranging from natural systems that caused environmental deterioration such as floods and drought to anthropogenic exacerobations ranging from poor land and Agricultural management policies, the increase in economic and social inequality, strife, terrorism, civic unrest and rapid population growth and demographic changes. Poor food security in west africa is mostly associated with malnutrition and corresponding loss in human capital productivity in the region. And as a result one in four person in west africa is undernourished, hence the growth of genetically modified foods has seen an exponential increase not only in west africa but worldwide. Today bioprocess engineering has lead to the improvement of the living standard of the west african countries, improves the agricultural sector and provides enough food for every household.

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