Ken Lohento presented concrete options for agriculture development projects to make proper use of ICTs to create thought-after employment along agri-value chains in rural areas
The ICT4Ag CoP discussed with Lukas Borkowski -- country manager of Viamo, a mobile engagement consultancy -- and GIZ's Paul Cronjaeger how you can leverage the power of mobile for sustainable and measurable impacts in your agricultural project
How to Use Open Data for More Impact of Agriculture and Nutrition Related Projects — Webinar Recording!
ICT4Ag community of practice provided a platform to discuss how projects can use open data to get more impact on the ground. Digital native or not, this webinar add values for anyone involved in agriculture or nutrition-related projects
Inspired by the mini workshop on ICT, Rokia Goldmann sees a great potential for ICT to create jobs for the young generation, to get them a first access to the job market.
Many farmers have very limited access to information, causing poor farming practice and low productivity in sub-Saharan Africa. This rice and cocoa value chain example demonstrates how mobile based ICT solutions can contribute to closing the knowledge gap.
Learn more about the smartphone application RiceAdvice to improve the rice value chain in Africa!
At the SNRD Africa conference in Pretoria, the CoP ICT4Ag was launched into life. It is open to anyone working in the area of information and communications technologies for agriculture in developing countries.
A practical guideline for projects and planning officers alike. Digitalisation is bringing sweeping change