Strategic Use of ICTs in Northern Uganda

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Lack of access to relevant, timely and authenticated agricultural information by rural communities is a major impediment to agricultural development in Uganda due to inadequate extension service delivery systems. Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) has the potential to leverage this bottleneck especially when it’s applied in a unique setting or Community. In 2005, a Project on “Enhancing Access to Agricultural Information using Information and Communication Technologies’’ with support from the Technical Center for Agriculture and Rural Cooperation (ACP-EU-CTA) was initiated in twelve parishes/villages of Maruzi and Kole Counties in Apac and [now] Kole Districts in Northern Uganda.

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