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Breakout session presentation

  1. 1. PolicyPolicyNationalNationalValue chain actorsValue chain actorsICT infrastructureICT infrastructurePerspectivesPerspectivesPolicy ActorsPolicy ActorsContextContextICT applicationsICT applications EngageDebateShareProposeLearnEngageDebateShareProposeLearnParticipant experience & skillsParticipant experience & skillsRecommendations&ObservationsRecommendations&ObservationsNetworking& LearningNetworking& LearningCollaborations(e.g. ReferenceDocuments)Collaborations(e.g. ReferenceDocuments)
  2. 2. E-agriculture & Strategy• Conceptualising agriculture• Future Backwards– Visioning– Backcasting• Implications and Recomendations
  3. 3. Visioning a future• Think yourself into 2017, two years beyond theWSIS & MDG reviews• Imagine there is an effective national e-agriculture strategy• Develop a diagram visualising the impact on thepeople engaged in agriculture, on the ground– Individually first– Then as a group• Present the group synthesis
  4. 4. Looking back from 2017 to 2013• Illustrate or annotate your visualisations todemonstrate:– How such an inclusive multi-stakeholder strategy wasdeveloped, engaging youth, women and otherdemographic sectors as well as Government, Civil Societyand the Private sector– How the strategy deals with access to ICT issues– Which ICT applications are being used, planned andencouraged - and how– How the strategy aligns nationally with other sectors– How it started – what were the first steps– How knowledge sharing and capacity building areaddressed and taking place
  5. 5. Implications and Recommendations• How can CTA and other organisations bestsupport the formulation, implementation andevaluation of e-agriculture strategies?[PROCESS]– Useful products?– Convening ?– Capacity Building?– ??
  6. 6. Conceptualising agricultureEnvironment Inputs/ResourcesAdvisoryservicesProducts MarketingNaturalenvironmentMeteorologicalSoilOther sectors,technologies,informationenvironmentFinding inputsSeedsFertilizerFinance etc.Managementof advisoryservicesrelated toagriculturalpracticesGrowing cropsRaisingLivestockManagementof productsStorageProcessingValue-addingQualityConsumersMarketinformationsystemsData collectionAnalysisValue addingUse
  7. 7. Visioning a future• Think yourself into 2017, two years beyond theWSIS & MDG reviews• Imagine there is an effective national e-agriculture strategy• Develop a diagram visualising the impact on thepeople engaged in agriculture, on the ground– Individually first– Then as a group• Present the group synthesis
  8. 8. Looking back from 2017 to 2013• Illustrate or annotate your visualisations todemonstrate:– How such an inclusive multi-stakeholder strategy wasdeveloped, engaging youth, women and otherdemographic sectors as well as Government, Civil Societyand the Private sector– How the strategy deals with access to ICT issues– Which ICT applications are being used, planned andencouraged - and how– How the strategy aligns nationally with other sectors– How it started – what were the first steps– How knowledge sharing and capacity building areaddressed and taking place

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