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Information and Communication Technologies: 10 keys to a more productive agriculture

Many conferences on Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) discuss a wide range of policy issues. They address issues such as, for example, developing better partnerships to improve the impact of ICTs in agriculture and strengthening the role of young men and women in ICT initiatives. Ten keys to make agriculture more productive emerge from these discussions. CTA is using and promoting them. 

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The Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA) is a joint international institution of the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) Group of States and the European Union (EU). CTA operates under the framework of the Cotonou Agreement and is funded by the EU.