Technical Brief: Upgrading and Scaling Digital Call Centre for Reaching Smallholder Farmers in Sudan
Technical Brief: Upgrading and…
Entry Points For Digital Financial Services Targeted at Smallholder Farmers in the Democratic Republic of Congo
This is a case study on the entry points for targeted digital finance services for smallholder farmers.The case study offers learnings that would be useful if adapted to other programmes. The case study isbased on the lessons from the Nutrition-Sensitive, Inclusive, and Resilient Agricultural and Rural Entrepreneurship (AVENIR) project in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Opportunities and challenges in scaling the use of digital extension tools for rural farmers in the Republic of Sudan
This case study focuses on the IFAD-funded Integrated Agriculture and Marketing Development Project (IAMDP) operational in the Republic of Sudan. It delves into the assessment of the IAMDP digital tool for extension services and features the challenges and opportunities identified as part of the assessment for scale-up and increased uptake of the tool.
This guidance for selecting a technology development partner includes considerations for initiating a project, preparing an internal team, timelines, budgets, and developing an RFP.
This toolkit focuses on conducting a market scan and assessment. It also provides information on diagnosing possible barriers to the adoption of digital tools for agricultural projects.
This resource provides an overview of the insights generated from the DAS engagement with the IFAD-funded Sustainable Agricultural Production Programme (SAPP) in Malawi. The study utilized the Toolkit for conducting a Market Scan of Digital Agriculture Solutions.