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Papers/Reports | February 10, 2012

Information and Communication Technologies for Development

This paper provides a snapshot of agriculture solutions that are emerging through information and communication technologies. It describes how these solutions are beginning to be used to fight hunger, reduce poverty, advance education, protect the environment and improve health.


  • Executive Summary
  • 1. The ICT Transformation in Emergency and Development Programs
  • 2. How Is ICT Being Used in Agricultural Development?
  • How Affordable and Appropriate Are ICT Services in the Development of Agriculture?
  • Conclusion
  • References