There’s an App for That: The Role of Youth in Driving New Technologies in Agriculture

Information Communications Technology (ICT) is increasingly prevalent in agricultural work. Youth engagement may be a critical driver of this technology. Credit: Alexandra Morgan-Kisarale/Dimagi
The young Papyrus team developing new, appropriate technologies to help the Smallholder Alliance for Sorghum in Haiti (SMASH). Credit: Annah Latane/RTI International
Screen shots from the digital applications developed in Haiti (left) and Tanzania (right) show the range of services such technologies can provide to farmers, agro-dealers, and others throughout the food value chain.

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