Radio

USAID Practitioners Toolkit: Interactive Radio for Agricultural Development Projects

For decades now, radio has been a dominant source of information for farmers in much of sub-Saharan Africa. Although the reach of radio varies from country to country, it is estimated that between 80 and 90 percent of households in Africa have access to a functional radio.

University of Manchester - Centre for Development Informatics (CDI)

The SED hosts the Centre for Development Informatics (CDI), a multidisciplinary centre researching the role of information and communication technologies (ICTs) in socio-economic development. Among the degrees available through the CDI are the following: Master of Science (MSc) in ICTs for Development and PhD/DBA in Development Informatics. CDI hosts a postgraduate research community, and teaches the one-year Masters in ICTs for Development.

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