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The benefits of ICTs are yet to be shared in African Agriculture

Although ICTs have been in many African countries for more than decade, for many people including farmers, the benefits are still on the social communication side than strategic knowledge generation. …

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What developing countries and India can learn from each other

One of the unique selling points for India is its affordable agricultural innovations and technology.  On the other hand, abundant land and natural resources constitute a significant selling proposition for…

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Narrowing the gap between knowing and doing agriculture

Closing the gap between what is known and what is done in agriculture and rural development remains a challenge for many developing countries. Although it is known that agricultural and…

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Combining conversations and data into important agricultural decisions

Farmers and other agricultural actors in developing countries are now realizing that data as in agricultural information is more important than data bundles that are related to mobile airtime usage….

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We need knowledge filters

Given the expanding sources of information and ideas , it is now becoming very difficult for one to know whether s/he is receiving valuable information for decision -making. We need…

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How agriculture markets can help in addressing drought

The current drought in Southern Africa has seen governments, development organisations and the private sector over-emphasizing the role of maize in addressing hunger and malnutrition.  This in spite of people’s…

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