Agriculture

Reducing Risk and Increasing Agricultural Loans with Mobile Money in Ghana

Like in many developing countries, agriculture is the mainstay of the Ghanaian economy. 62 percent of Ghanaians are employed in the sector, says Doris Amponsaa Owusu, Business Services Specialist for USAID’s ADVANCE II Project (Agricultural Development and Value Chain Enhancement).

How Video Can Improve Agricultural Practices in Uganda

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Can You Guess the 5 Key Traits of Sustainable ICTforAg Programs?

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Farmers Will Benefit Most from Mobile Financial Services

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Three Factors to Make Your ICTforAg Efforts More Effective

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3 Barriers to Using Sensors to Improve ICTforAg

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