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KNOWLEDGE AND INFORMATION FOR FOOD SECURITY IN AFRICA: FROM TRADITIONAL MEDIA TO THE INTERNET        
subjects:  Communication              
levels and types of education: Higher education, Life long learning, Tertiary education              
WILLIAM LINDLEY LOY VAN CROWDER
JEAN PIERRE ILBOUDO WENDY TRUELOVE
FAO, ROME, 1998
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English
This publication, which is especially aimed at development workers, researchers, input suppliers, local authorities and national decision makers, draws on a range of experiences dealing with communication technologies in Africa - from traditional media to the Internet - in order to examine the role of knowledge and information for food security. It further states that there are communication media and techniques that can help overcome barriers of literacy, language, cultural differences and physical isolation. According to the authors, this publication will help to inform and teach people new agricultural ideas and technical innovations for improved food production.
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Contact: Riccardo Del Castello
Office of Knowledge Exchange, Research and Extension (OEKR)
FAO
Rome,Italy
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