In a technical webinar on June 9, 2022, participants composed of representatives from YenKasa Africa steering committee members, family farming organizations and selected invitees shared findings of a Rural Communication Services study in Africa.
The need for farmers to be equipped with new technologies and access and share knowledge and information was highlighted, to be able to face challenges such as climate change, value chains, among others. Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) should be affordable, accessible, appropriate, and easily adaptable.
Do you have similar experiences working with farmers? What are their needs in your regions, and how do you address them? Join our discussion by commenting below.