How technology can help achieve sustainable Agriculture in Africa

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The aim of sustainable agriculture is to meet society’s food and textile needs in the present without compromising on the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. Sustainable agriculture fits into and complements modern agriculture. It rewards the true values of producers and their products. It draws and learns from organic farming. It […]

The Agricultural Revolution

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Agriculture just like any other sector has benefited from the recent ICT innovations.  In some countries, farmers and government agencies are now actively sharing information and best practices via social media. The digital farm Service also seeks to bridge the gap between the extension officers and the farmers in Kenya. The mobile-web based app enables […]

Fake products menace in kenya

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The Anti-Counterfeit Agency was established under the Anti-Counterfeit Act 2008 as a State Corporation with the mandates to enlighten and inform the public on matters relating to counterfeiting, combat counterfeiting, trade and other dealings in counterfeit goods, devise and promote training programs to combat counterfeiting and co-ordinate with national, regional or international organizations involved in […]

Digital Farm Service- Revolutionizing the Kenyan Agicultural Sector using interactive voice, video and SMS Systems

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According to the Good Governance Africa journal, agriculture is the backbone of Kenya’s economy, earning over 24.2% of the country’s $33 billion GDP and employing 75% of the country’s workforce. Farmers, mostly working on smallholdings of less than five acres, produce the bulk of Kenya’s cash and food crops such as tea and coffee, the […]