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The use of ICTs among people in rural areas in Africa is growing rapidly. Mobile coverage reaches further than roads, electricity, sanitation or clean water. ICTs - and in particular mobile technology - provide access to information and communication, complement successful development initiatives, drive innovation and empower communities and individuals...
FAO's members will meet from 25 June - 2 July for the 37th biennial FAO Conference, the highest governing body of the Organization. The Conference will elect a new Director-General at this session. The Conference will also declare that the world is free from the deadly cattle disease rinderpest. Ministers...
The International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) and the University of Ghana are organizing an international conference on Economic Transformation in Africa to be held on May 10-11, 2011, in Accra, Ghana
The three-day bilingual (French/English) symposium will explore evolving approaches, tools, methods and philosophies exploring links between the changing climate and sustainable development across Africa. Come and participate in an exciting space for creative new exchanges and collaboration between African research, media, policy, and community practitioners.
Agriculture extension in most parts of Africa has gone through a lot of evolution since the colonial times. The different changes have been linked to the political and economic situation of the time. Within the current neoliberal framework when governments are expected not to engage in business but to create...
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