14.Extent of ICT adoption by ACP farmers: The case of Somaliland

Serge Kedja

Published: 2015
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This working paper is a summary of the recent adoption of ICT for agriculture for effective production of honey and promotion of linkages between producers and consumers. The adoption of beekeeping practices and its application technology has expanded. To date, a number of honey producer cooperatives and companies are serving more than a million consumers. This case study provides a clear view of the benefits, challenges and limitations of ICT and the progress in smallholder farmers’ development.

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