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These consultations will lead to the preparation of a framework for providing support in the formulation of national e-agriculture policy for the country that will ensure improvement in livelihoods, food security and value-chain development in the country.
He said Botswana had embarked on the modernization of the government data network so at to enable provision of e-services such as e-health, e-commerce, e-education and e-agriculture among others which formed part of the transformational agenda of the Ministry of Communication and Transport.
The digital platform developed by the A2i of the Prime Minister's Office in collaboration with the department of agriculture extension has been introduced aiming to expand countrywide e-agriculture services through mobile phones being used by the farmers.
The IT Minister said thanks to presence of digital platforms had eased e-education and service deliveries alongside e-learning, e-health and e-agriculture are areas where industry could collaborate and work with governments.
Digital agriculture, or e-agriculture, could improve the situation significantly in Africa.
Some of the key features of the draft National IT Policy are sectoral digitisation, big data, data analytics, entrepreneurship, Internet of Things (IoT), e-commerce, e-agriculture, software export.
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch national e-agriculture market on Thursday.
In this profession, induction of modern information communication technology ICT has reformed it and its modern form is known as e-agriculture. The concept of e-agriculture was introduced in World Summit on Information Society in 2003 with the objective of improving the living standard of farmers and to produce safe and healthy food with least input resources (WSIS-03/GENEVA, 2003).
He said that as a global best practice ICTs for E-Education, E-Health, E-Agriculture, E-Governance is immediate solution to our challenges.
Factors enhancing the growth of telecommunications services are modern and advanced technology, market competition, investment in new telecommunication technologies like wireless communication and satellite, innovative services like e-education and e-agriculture, high-skilled technical manpower, affordability of services, demand for high speed internet, data processing, etc.