Role of ICT in agricultural value chains: join the discussion

Starting Monday, the 7th December through to Friday 18th December e-Agriculture will be hosting a special online forum on “The Role of ICT in Agricultural Value Chains”. This forum will look at key opportunities and challenges of ICT interventions in the agricultural value chain with a special focus on the most beneficial interventions in rural areas.

This will be an opportunity for knowledge sharing on good practices; presenting expectations of future challenges and outcomes; and reviewing the critical roles of policy makers, rural service providers, and the agricultural community-at-large. The forum will be conducted in English.

All members of the e-Agriculture Community are invited to participate.

Currently there are more than 5,600 members from over 150 countries.

If you aren’t yet a member of the e-agriculture community, you can register online here.

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One Response to Role of ICT in agricultural value chains: join the discussion

  1. oladeinde mobolaji says:

    the role of ict in agriculture is no doubt significant but the challenge is developing a system and strategy in relevant stakeholders would buy into especially the rural populace who contribute a significant percentage

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