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  • simone_sala's picture

    Thanks to the increasingly ease of use of ICTs and the overall reduction of cost of technology, the application of ICTs is becoming mature in a myriad of different sectors connected to global development initiatives. Whether a few years ago such applications were the domain of single pioneers from...

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  • mehdi's picture

      Agriculture can serve as an important engine for economic growth in developing country like Bangladesh. We are getting around 20.60% of the total GDP from this sector where the total population is 160 million. In Bangladesh 64% people lives in rural areas where currently 15 183 183 family...

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  • Alice Van der Elstraeten's picture

    When I was studying to become a journalist, I never even heard of rural radios. (It is hard to find a remote area in Belgium). When I was studying to become an anthropologist, I never thought about working with them. (Anthropology was more about studying and more studying). When I started working...

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  • Isabella Rodriguez y Baena's picture

    Today, 16 October 2014, is internationally recognized as the World Food Day (WFD), a great occasion for raising awareness on hunger, malnutrition and poverty, and to pay a tribute to those who dedicate their lives to feeding the world, everyday, everywhere.   The World Food Day The origin of the...

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  • liliwangui's picture

    As the threat of food shortages and hunger loom over families in many areas in Africa, there is need to increase the productivity of Africa’s agricultural systems to lessen over-reliance on food relief. Agricultural growth is more important for Africa than for any other continent since most of its...

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  • Dhananjaya P. Singh's picture

    Information Communication Technology (ICT) can revolutionize Indian farming sector and can benefit all farmers, including small land holders, marginalized and poor farmers. Despite the availability of farming resources in the nearby areas, there always remains a lack of agricultural information,...

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  • Isabella Rodriguez y Baena's picture

    A precise and reliable monitoring of soil’s moisture seems to be one of the key elements of future’s agriculture: by knowing the right amount of water needed for each field, farmers are able of getting the most out of their efforts. Though, the monitoring of soil’s moisture mainly relies on ground...

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  • Isabella Rodriguez y Baena's picture

    The WSIS+10 High-Level Event, an extended version of the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) Forum, was held in the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland, from 10-13 June 2014 (9 June pre-events). The event, organized by the International...

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  • Sophie Treinen's picture

    The Global Forum for Innovations in Agriculture (GFIA) 2014, was held in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, from 3 to 5 February 2014 under the theme "Driving Innovation for an Agricultural Revolution". The organizers wanted this event to be the world's largest showcase of innovations in sustainable...

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  • Isabella Rodriguez y Baena's picture

    2013 has been a productive year for e-Agriculture.org. We have published a total of 703 articles: 454 news items, 216 knowledge-base articles and 33 Blog posts. Additionally, 1,929 people (over 5 people per day) have been registering on the website to become members of the e-Agriculture community;...

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