East African dairy farmers using mobile phones to record yields
June 10, 2016 Editor 0
Smallholder dairy farmers participating in dairy hubs supported by East Africa Dairy Development (EADD) in Kenya and Uganda are set to benefit from an innovative and interactive mobile-based system allowing them to effectively record farm events and gain access to productivity-enhancing information and services. The EADD project (phase II) is implementing a mobile-based system, Ng’ombe Planner, to gather monthly data from a set of farmers, necessary for the project’s monitoring exercise in Kenya and Uganda.
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