Today in Johannesburg, some 90 people participated in the 3rd IAALD Africa conference. Focusing on 'e-Agriculture for Improved Livelihoods and Food Security in Africa', the first sessions looked at uses of mobile phones in agriculture - with presenters reporting on experiences from India, Zambia and South Africa.
The programme is online
With support by CTA and the active involvement of young people participating in the ARDYIS project
, the event can be followed live - try it out!
Twitter hashtag: #aginfoafrica
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