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Case studies and lessons learned in the formulation or implementation of ICT for agriculture strategies in the ACP by Karo Gebo

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  • By:Case Study:NARI’s ICT NetworkImplementationKaro GEBO2013 ICT Observatory:Lessons learnt in the Formulationor Implementation of ICT forAgriculture strategies in the ACP
  • The National AgriculturalResearch Institute’s Work inPNGOverviewhttp://youtu.be/ay4JpaioBjg
  • ICT to achieveMaking these information available to thestakeholders/farmers, create networking andfeedbackInnovationInformationCommunicationTechnologyInformationGeneratedby NARI
  • ICT INFRASTRUCTURE1
  • 2AGRICULTUREINFORMATIONSYSTEMS (AIS)
  • ISSUES &CONSIDERATIONS3
  • WAYFORWARD4
  • •Depend on dial-up1•ADSL available/OPGW2•Line rates drop3• High internet charges41
  • •Wider distribution of 3G-M5•3G-M limited to urban area6•Poor coverage in rural area7• Satellite vital for rural areas81
  • • NAIS (PNG NARI)1• http://web.maxus.net.au/mais%20website/index.html2• Market Information by FPDA32
  • • Language (PNG over800)1• Link - NARI & GoPNG2• Free Information sharing3• Open Access Initiative43
  • • Widely acceptedstandards5• Machine readable format6• Facilitate free infor.access7• Open source tools83
  • TimeProjectsPlanDevelopmentof DatabasesSMS forfarmerfeedback/networkingLive Dataaccessible onweb4
  • THANK YOU