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  • 1. TimeDuration(min)Main Session Presenter Moderator/FacilitatorFacilitationprocessApr-2409:00:00 00:15:00 Opening remarks, welcome and introduction Michael Hailu, Director, CTATalk09:15:00 00:30:00 Presentation of participantsSpeed-dating (pro)09:45:00 00:05:00Presentation of the meeting objectives and expectedresultsKen Lohento, ICT4DProgrammeCoordinator, CTATalk09:50:00 00:30:00Concept and emergence of the e-agriculture process at theinternational level : WSIS and post WSIS activities (15 min)DiscussionMichael Riggs, e-Agriculture Team Leader, FAOPete CranstonPPT10:20:00 00:20:00 Coffee break10:40:00 01:15:00State of ICT policy development and linkages withAgriculture in ACP countries* Contribution from Africa (15 min)* Contribution from the Caribbean (15 min)* Contribution from the Pacific (15 min)Discussion* Abebe Chekol Hunegnaw, ICT for Development Expert,UNECA*Jennifer Britton, Deputy Programme Manager,CARICOM ICTD* Anju Mangal, ICT4D Officer, SPCTowela Nyirenda-Jere,Programme Manager,e-Africa Programme,NEPADPPT11:55:00 00:15:00Presentation of the background document on e-agriculturestrategies in the ACPBenjamin Addom, ICT4D Programme Coordinator, CTAPPT12:10:00 00:15:00 Summary of the preparatory online discussions Ken Lohento, ICT4D Programme Coordinator, CTAPPT12:25:00 00:30:00 Open discussions on the last two presentations12:55:00 01:00:00 Lunch13:55:00 00:50:00Case studies and lessons learned in the formulation orimplementation of ICT for agriculture strategies in the ACP* Ivory Coast (15 min)* Ghana(15 min)Discussion* Edward Addo-Dankwa, Value Chain DevelopmentExpert - Policy Planning, Monitoring & Evaluation,Ministry of Food and Agriculture, Ghana* Kouablé Bi Bah Noël, Chargé du SystèmedInformation de Marchés (SIM) OCPV/CôtedIvoire/RESIMAOFrançois Laureys,Sector Developer forIICD programmes inEconomicDevelopment, IICDPPT14:45:00 00:50:00Case studies and lessons learned in the formulation orimplementation of ICT for agriculture strategies in the ACP* Rwanda (15 min)* Papua New Guinea (15 min)Discussion* Mary Rucibigango, Ministry of Agriculture and AnimalResources, Rwanda* Karo Gebo, ICT Manager, PNG National AgriculturalResearch InstitutePete CranstonPPTfollowed bydebate15:35:00 00:20:00 Coffee break15:55:00 00:50:00ICT access needs and challenges for agriculturalstakeholders* Farmer issues and needs (10 min)* Needs and issues for extension services(10 min)* Case of research institutions (10 min)Discussion* Stella Kamuyu Wanjau, Communications Officer, EastAfrican Farmer Federation* Peter Thompson, Director of Eastern Zone, Division ofTechnology, Training & Technical Information, RADA,Jamaica* Denise Besai, Project Coordinator, CARDILamon Rutten,Manager, PMIProgramme, CTARound TableDiscussion16:45:00 00:50:00ICT opportunities and policy challenges for marketinformation activities* Perspective from Orange, France (15 min)* Perspective from Mfarm, Kenya (15 min)Discussion* Catherine Flouvat, Corporate Social Responsibility,Orange, France* Jamila Abbas, CEO, Mfarm, KenyaGilles Mersadier,Afrique VertePPT17:35:00 00:10:00 Closing Remarks - Day 117:45:00 End of Day 1 - Return to hotel ReehorstApr-2509:00:00 00:10:00 Review of Day 1 Pete Cranston09:10:00 00:30:00 Developing ICT infrastructure and access in Africa,including needs and issues in rural areas (15 min)DiscussionTowela Nyirenda-Jere, Programme Manager, e-AfricaProgramme, NEPADJennifer Britton,CARICOM ICTDPPT2013 ICT Observatory : Strengthening e-agriculture strategies in ACP countriesOrganized in partnership withFAO, IICD, NEPAD Agency, Ministry of Agriculture and Animal Resources (Rwanda), Ministry of Communications (Ghana), EAFF, UNECACTA headquarters, Wageningen, 26 AprilHotel Hof Wageningen, 24 - 25 AprilPete CranstonPete Cranston
  • 2. TimeDuration(min)Main Session Presenter Moderator/FacilitatorFacilitationprocess09:40:00 01:00:00 E-agriculture tools and applications : case studies* Case 1: Mobile phones and agricultural value chains (15min)* Case 2: Mobile Phone and praedial larceny and disasterrisk management (15 min)Discussion* Michael Riggs, e-Agriculture Team Leader, FAO* Peter Thompson, Director of Eastern Zone, Division ofTechnology, Training & Technical Information, RADA,JamaicaCatherinerose Baretto,Co-Founder andHuman ResourceConsultant, KINUPPT10:40:00 00:20:00 Coffee break11:00:00 00:30:00 Strategic integration of ICT in agriculture: experiences ofthe National Informatics Centre (NIC) India (15 min)DiscussionM. Moni, Deputy Director General, National InformaticsCentre, IndiaSimon DieudonnéSavou, Directeurgénéral de lagriculture,Ministère de lagricultureet de lélevagePPT11:30:00 01:00:00 Multi-Stakeholder Collaboration: Ensuring an effectivecollaboration between the Ministry in charge of Agriculture& the Ministry in charge of ICT, as well as small holderfarmersDiscussion* Mary Rucibigango, Ministry of Agriculture and AnimalResources, Rwanda* Mahamadou Ouédraogo, Réseau des organisationspaysannes et de producteurs de l’Afrique de l’Ouest(ROPPA)* Edward Addo-Dankwa - Policy Planning, Monitoring &Evaluation, Ministry of Food and Agriculture, Ghana* Abebe Chekol Hunegnaw, ICT for Development Expert,UNECARound TableDiscussion12:30:00 00:30:00 Special Information section on the International ICT4AgConference (15 min)DiscussionGiacomo Rambaldi, Senior Programme Coordinator,CTAPPT13:00:00 01:00:00 Lunch break14:00:00 02:00:00 3 to 4 breakout sessions on the question (creation ofgroups and Round 1):How can we strengthen the formulation, implementation,evaluation of e-agriculture strategies in ACP countries?What strategic steps? Key actions and needs? How toensure SHF inclusion? target areas; Place of Women andYouth? How to share best practices? How to ensure farmerinclusion? National holistic e-agriculture strategies or e-strategies focused on a specific domain (trade, extension,etc.)Krishan Bheenick,Senior ProgrammeCoordinator (CTA),Chris Addison, SeniorProgrammeCoordinator (CTA) andPete CranstonMeta Cardexercise,world café16:00:00 00:15:00 coffee break16:15:00 02:00:00 3 to 4 breakout sessions on the question (Round 2):How can we strengthen the formulation, implementation,evaluation of e-agriculture strategies in ACP countries?What strategic steps? Key actions and needs? How toensure SHF inclusion? target areas; Place of Women andYouth? How to share best practices? How to ensure farmerinclusion? National holistic e-agriculture strategies or e-strategies focused on a specific domain (trade, extension,etc.)Krishan Bheenick,Senior ProgrammeCoordinator (CTA),Chris Addison, SeniorProgrammeCoordinator (CTA) andPete CranstonMeta Cardexercise,world café18:15:00 00:10:00 Closing Remarks - Day 218:25:00 00:45:00 Cocktail19:10:00 02:00:00 Dinner21:10:00End of day 2 - Return to hotel ReehorstApr-2609:00:00 00:10:00 Review of Day 209:10:00 01:00:00 Presentation and discussion of breakout-session activitiesMeta cardexercise10:10:00 00:30:00Challenges for implementing strategies: towards apragmatic approachFrançois Laureys, Sector Developer for IICDprogrammes in Economic Development10:40:00 00:45:00 Coffee break - Weekly CTA Coffee break11:25:00 01:00:00Production of reference documents for capacity buildingand awareness raising on e-agriculture strategies* Initial ideas on the detailed study on e-agriculturestrategies and partnership opportunitiesDiscussionTalk - Metacardexercise12:25:00 00:30:00 Identification of other potential collaborative actions Pete Cranston12:55:00 00:15:00 The way forward Lamon Rutten, Manager, PMI, CTA13:10:00 00:15:00 Conclusions and closing ceremony Michael Hailu, Director, CTA13:25:0013:25:00 End of Workshop - Return to Hotel ReehorstPete CranstonLunch break at Reehorst Hotel - End of WorkshopPete Cranston* Ken Lohento, ICT4D Programme Coordinator, CTA* Ben Addom, ICT Programme Coordinator, CTA* Pete Cranston
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