Mobile services strengthening agricultural value chains for smallholder farmers in the African, Caribbean and Pacific countries
By Adelle Z Roopchand [independent journalist reporting from Ethiopia]
[Addis Ababa, 8 November 2012] As the demand for food production increases for more than 9 billions people by 2050, Mobile phones and other information and communication technologies (ICTs) are playing an increasingly important role in supporting agricultural value chains. ICTs appears to offer opportunities for improving the supply chains and trade efficiencies.
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