Resumé du document :
"Avallain and the Bionet Foundation maintain an Internet platform for farmers and rural communities to support the sustainable development of their farming activities. Environmentally relevant data is compiled and available there. Interested parties can share their own experiences and learn about agricultural techniques, methods of pest and weed control, or prices of agricultural products. At the same time they learn to work with ICT techniques. The 100 dollar laptop, which is independent of urban infrastructures, has been introduced in more remote regions."
Reproduced from: dvv international, Adult Education and Development, # 76, 2011, p 39.
SUTER-SEULING, Ursula, "ICTs at the Service of Small Farmers in Kenya", Adult Education and Development, # 76, 2011, p 39 to 44.