1. Abdoulaye Kanté est chargé de programme TIC pour le développement (TICpD / ICT4D) et nouveaux médias.
    Il est actuellement Directeur Associé en charge du pôle secteur public & ONGs au sein du cabinet Link4Dev (Sénégal). Il a conduit une série d'ateliers de formation en Afrique Francophone dans le cadre des formations "opportunités d'apprentissage du web 2.0 et des médias sociaux".

    Dans cette courte vidéo il conseille et invite les agriculteurs sur la nécessité de pouvoir utiliser les outils issus du web 2.0 et les médias sociaux pour la valorisation et la commercialisation des produits agricoles.

    Pour plus d'informations, visitez: web2fordev.net/fr

    Abdoulaye Kanté is ICT4D & New Media Program Manager at Link4Dev in Senegal. He has been running a series of Web 2.0 and Social Media Learning Opportunities in French-speaking Africa. In his short video he provides some advice to farmers'organisations on the reasons why they should consider acquiring skills in making use of Web 2.0 and Social media tools for business.

    For more information please visit: web2fordev.net

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  2. Mr Johnson Opigo is an ICT Consultant and trainer, Web Designer and Developer based in Nigeria. Among others he has been running Web 2.0 and Social Media trainings on behalf of CTA and UNITAR.

    Interviewed during the 3-day write-shop (Wageningen, 24-26 March, 2014) on updating CTA's curriculum used during the Web 2.0 and Social Media Learning Opportunities, Johnson summarises the power of Web 2.0 and Social Media and recalls a success story of their adoption and deployment in in the framework of the Growth Enhancement Support Scheme (GES) implemented by Nigeria’s Minister for Agriculture, Dr. Akinwumi Adesina, which ended four decades of corruption in the fertilizer sector, eliminating the middlemen and scaling up food production by nine million metric tonnes in the first year.

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  3. On rapporte qu'Albert Einstein aurait dit : « Je ne pense jamais au futur – il vient bien assez tôt. » Comme il avait raison !
    Il ne fait aucun doute que le pouvoir transformatif des TIC nous fait vivre un développement exponentiel !
    Tentez l'aventure et embarquez-vous pour l'an 2025 de la révolution @gricole.

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  4. We increasingly hear about innovation taking place in Africa and other countries in the South. ICTs appears to be in the driving seat. Do these testimonies reflect localised initiatives or are there any significant trends at national and continental level? Are we at the edge of a second agricultural revolution?

    Let's see what the numbers are telling us ....

    Version française: vimeo.com/81092524

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  5. Albert Einstein is quoted having said: “I never think of the future - it comes soon enough.” How true he was!

    There is no doubt that the transformative power of ICTs makes us live in exponential times !

    Let’s give it a try, and jump to year 2025 of the @gricultural revolution.

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