|Course Date||Location||Course fee:||Registrations||(Group)|
|Start Date: 24/10/2022 End Date: 28/10/2022||Mombasa||$ 1,000||Register as Individual||Register for Online Training||Register as a Group|
|Start Date: 21/11/2022 End Date: 25/11/2022||Nairobi||$ 1,000||Register as Individual||Register for Online Training||Register as a Group|
|Start Date: 19/12/2022 End Date: 23/12/2022||Mombasa||$ 1,000||Register as Individual||Register for Online Training||Register as a Group|
The livelihoods of the world’s poor rise and fall with the fate of agriculture. Enhancing the ability of smallholders to connect with the knowledge, networks, and institutions necessary to improve their productivity, food security, and employment opportunities is a fundamental development challenge. Where once rural areas were largely disconnected from the greater world, today, networks of information and communication technologies (ICTs) enmesh the globe and represent a transformational opportunity for rural populations, both as producers and consumers. However, realizing this opportunity requires a long-term commitment to mobilizing appropriate resources and expertise.
This training programme is designed to support practitioners, decision-makers, and development partners who work at the intersection of ICT and agriculture. Our hope is that it becomes a practical guide in understanding current trends, implementing appropriate interventions, and evaluating the impact of those programs.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to:
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This course is intended for various actors in the Agriculture Extension (Agricultural extension officers, senior agricultural officials and policy makers) working with communities, in governments, funding agencies, research organizations and non-government organizations among others for agriculture support activities and other development programmes.
Module I: Overview of ICT for Agriculture and Rural Development
· Key drivers of ICT-enabled services in agriculture
· Principles of Digital Development
· Impact of mobile phones and mobile technologies on agriculture and rural development.
· Tools for personal involvement in ICT adoption and implementation
Module II: ICT and Farm Management
Module III: Strengthening Rural Governance, Institutions, and Collective Action with ICT
· Government-funded services in rural areas
· Empowering intermediary institutions with ICT
Module IV: Strengthening Agricultural Market Access with ICT Tools
Module V: Using ICT for Remote Sensing, Crowdsourcing, GIS, and Big Data
· Remote sensing
· Crowdsourcing and crowd mapping
· Big data for analytics
|2.||2 - 10||800.00||1,600.00|
|3.||11 - 20||750.00||1,500.00|
|4.||21 - 30||700.00||1,400.00|
|5.||32 - 40||650.00||1,300.00|
|6.||41 - 50||600.00||1,200.00|
|7.||51 > Above||500.00||1000.00|