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RURAL. That which relates to the country, as rural servitudes. See Urban.

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ITU looks forward to working more closely with FAO to promote and facilitate the development of valuable e-Agriculture policies, strategies and plans, as well as the development and sharing of ideas, resources and ICT solutions aimed to increase livelihood of rural communities.
E-Agriculture will become a source of green revolution, she added.
She noted that the competition was hotly contested with 25 finalists being selected out of the total 152 e-agriculture startups from across Africa and the Caribbean.
This study was particularly focused on irrigation systems being proposed by e-agriculture research community.
Similarly, the products of E-District (to be provided through District Technology Center, included District Portal, Broad Initiatives E-Health / E-Education / E-Agriculture / E-Governance, E-Village off-line software (Formal and in-formal education ) in each village, E-Services, E-Education, E-Health, E-NGOs, E-SME, E-Women, E-Agriculture.
The categories include ICT applications in the areas of e-commerce, e-agriculture, and e-learning, and e-science, and e-environment category; capacity building category; international and regional co-operation category; building confidence and security in the use of ICT sector category; and the role of governments and all stakeholders in the promotion of ICT sector for development category.
aACAyThe E-Agriculture Revolution' will focus on the application of information technology in agriculture and how it will change the way we produce food, increase yields and boost profits, the organisers announced on Sunday.
ICT applications in e-government, e-business, e-learning, e-health, e-employment, e-environment, e-agriculture and e-science;
According to an International Telecommunication Union (ITU) press release, more than 1,500 participants from government, private sector, civil society and international organizations gathered in Switzerland to discuss diverse topics, such as ICT infrastructure, cyber security, enabling environment, e-learning, e-health, e-agriculture, media, accessibility, and ethics.
E-agriculture and rural development; global innovations and future prospects.
Yaseen said emphasis has been shifted on e-commerce, e-agriculture and e-education that open the doors of opportunities to young innovative minds, bridging unseen gaps between all potentials players of ICT proliferation.
Currently the Nairobi-based International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) has trailblazed in e-agriculture courtesy of its two unique ICT ventures, namely the African Soil Information Service (AfSIS) and the Domestic Animal Genetic Resources Information System (DAGRIS).