Environmentally friendly sustainable transport”

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The report indicated that transport was currently under way. According to estimates, some 450 million people in Africa, or more than 70% of the rural population, are not connected to transport networks and do not have transport. There is also a profound imbalance in the efficiency of supply chains. Transporting the avocado container from Kenya to the Netherlands, for example, requires 200 interventions and more than 20 documents at a cost equal to freight. Solving this problem increases farmers’ income by between 10 and 100%. In terms of public safety, about 1.3 million people die on the world’s roads annually, and tens of millions are seriously injured. Road accidents are the leading cause of death among young people in the 15-29 age group.

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