Somalia has a policy that seeks to increase agricultural productivity and economic policies that are in tandem with marketing and other processes put in place for the country’s agriculture. The ever increasing population along with the impact of food security and urbanization levels is critical to making the policy more focused on the agricultural production significantly improving the country's economic growth strategy. Dependency on food imported from outside the country, especially those that are further repackaged and modified are likely to have negative effects on the future economic growth of the country. Agricultural productivity in Somalia ought to be changeable in order to achieve a broad-based and a rapid economic development. The agricultural sector remains widely unexplored within Somalia which does not allow food to be abundantly available in the local markets.