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  • Michael Riggs's picture

    In case you missed the count down of our most popular blogs on Twitter, here is the full list of the Top 10 blogs of 2013. Tied for #9/10 are “Scenario of Youth Migration In Nepal (Youth Day blog)” by M. Bivekananda, YPARD, and “Female Farmer’s Vital Role but Limited Information Access” by Leah...

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    Sometimes, the best way to learn and connect with a specific topic is through stories. We can be aware that mobile phones are one of the world's most powerful tools, but we will know in what ways when we see, hear or read the story of a farmer who's livelihood was improved by the use of this tool...

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  • Isabella Rodriguez y Baena's picture

    As of today, an individual working on a small-scale farm in a developing country can benefit from an ever increasing number of mobile applications and tools which would allow them to connect with buyers, sellers, experts, and so forth. Though, it is equally clear that tools per se are not enough...

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    This blog was originally posted by Brenna Goth on September 4, 2013 in the CIMMYT blog.Mobile phones promise new opportunities for reaching farmers with agricultural information, but are their potential fully utilized? CIMMYT’s agricultural economist Surabhi Mittal and IRRI’s economist Mamta Mehar...

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    By Lesley Denyes. Orginally published on Agri-Fin Mobile, a site about Mercy Corps' project to “bundle” key services of agricultural advice from private sector, research and extension institutions with financial services providers and telecommunications companies. Coming on the heels of the latest...

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    By Kyla Yeoman. Orginally published on Agri-Fin Mobile, a site about Mercy Corps' project to “bundle” key services of agricultural advice from private sector, research and extension institutions with financial services providers and telecommunications companies. This is the typical lifestyle of...

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    By Nisma Elias. Orginally published on Global Envision, a blog about market driven solutions to poverty produced by Mercy Corps. Tight regulation may be holding mobile banking back where it’s needed most. M-Pesa, a thriving mobile money service launched in 2007 by Kenya’s leading...

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    By Leah Meadows. Orginally published on Agri-Fin Mobile, a site about Mercy Corps' project to “bundle” key services of agricultural advice from private sector, research and extension institutions with financial services providers and telecommunications companies. When Ida was 15 years old, she...

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    By Emily Youatt. Orginally published on Global Envision, a blog about market driven solutions to poverty produced by Mercy Corps. Filipino rice farmers will soon pad their mobile wallets with more than just mobile money: they'll get on-demand farming advice, too.  Though rice is the archipelago's...

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    Three billion unique mobile subscribers? Yes, it is a huge number. To learn that another mobile SIM is activated every passing second around the world is overwhelming. And today mobile technology is the easiest entry point to the internet too. Looking at this ICT uptake we tend to believe that...

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