About ICT Update


ICT Update is a bimonthly printed bulletin, a resonsive web magazine and an accompanying email newsletter.

Each issue of ICT Update focuses on a specific theme relevant to ICTs for agricultural and rural development in African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries, and features a selection of commissioned articles. The printed bulletin also contains a Guest editor contribution, Tech Talk, Resources, Dispatches and a ‘Question and Answer’ section.

The people who make ICT Update are:

  • Editorial manager: Chris Addison
  • Production coordinator: Merche Rodriguez
  • Research editors: Benjamin Addom and Serge Kedja
  • Editor: Evert-jan Quak
  • Layout: SteersMcGillanEves Design Ltd
  • Translation: cApStAn
  • Cover photo: Adasa John receives a phone call in her field in Rudewa Mbuyuni location near Morogoro, Tanzania (©Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation/Frederic Courbet).
  • Publisher: Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA), Wageningen, the Netherlands.
  • Copyright: ©2016 CTA, Wageningen, the Netherlands
  • With thanks to FAO for distributing ICT Update through e-Agriculture (www.e-agriculture.org)

This license applies only to the ICT Update issue 85, June 2017. ICT Update is a bimonthly printed bulletin with an accompanying web magazine (http://ictupdate.cta.int) and e-mail newsletter.

The next issue will be available in September 2017.


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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.