Tuesday, 28 May 2013



Kenyan farmers reap the benefits of technology
Mail & Guardian Online
Mwangi is one of 6 400 farmers in Kenya taking advantage of this new high-tech service, powered by M-Farm, according to Jimmy Wambua, an M-Farm spokesperson. Three young software developers in their early to mid-twenties started the company in ...
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A lifeline for activists
Amnesty International Livewire (blog)
I'd joined a group of human rights activists from around the world at an Amnesty event in Nairobi, Kenya, focused on the impact of technology for human rights. I had never seen anything like it before in my work. I immediately saw what a powerful tool ...
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