Making information and communication technologies work for food security in Africa Bertolini, Romeo

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Bertolini, Romeo
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Hunger - Africa.; Telecommunication - Africa.; information technology
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"Africa faces a difficult challenge in meeting the main target of the first Millennium Development Goal -- to halve the number of people suffering from malnutrition and hunger by 2015. Bridging the digital divide through the development and use of information and communication technologies (ICTs)--such as fixed-line and mobile phones and Internet services--will not directly solve this challenge, but it can make a significant contribution." -- from Text.
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