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The findings include the positive impacts of training programs indicating its scalability and replicability with consideration to contexts and other factors. The researchers highlight that to increase adoption, knowledge-sharing through training on RWH is more important rather than cash incentives alone.
The FAO Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean has announced a call for proposals for the Sessions of Experience and Knowledge Exchange on Family Farming as part of their Regional Technical Platform.
The farmers in the northeastern zone of Nigeria perceived ICTs as useful tools in providing information on new agricultural techniques, weather conditions, disease outbreaks, public health, business, and ways to send short messages to people. This implies that the benefits of ICTs in the said areas are relevant to the respondents’ livelihood, social, and health affairs.