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Rarotonga, Cook Islands, 14 April, 2015

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From 13 to 17 April 2015, the Cook Islands Ministry of Agriculture (MoA) is hosting a Web 2.0 and social media learning opportunity workshop and training. The event, held at the MoA’s headquarters in Arorangi, is jointly supported by the Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA), and the European Union-funded Pacific Agriculture Policy Project (PAPP), which is part of the Intra-ACP Agriculture Policy Project. The Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) is the implementing agency for the European Union funded PAPP project.

Kenya Telecentre Link / VACID Africa Institute

Nairobi, Kenya , 25-27 May 2015

Technological innovation is taking place at a breath-taking pace. Simple, open source internet-based applications and services designed to enhance on-line collaboration are now available to the wider public at little or no cost at all. These new online technologies known as Web 2.0 and ‘social media’ enable people to collaborate to create, share and publish information.

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Ministry of Agriculture (MoA)

Arorangi, Rarotonga, Cook Islands , 13-17 April 2015

Technological innovation is taking place at a breath-taking pace. Simple, open source internet-based applications and services designed to enhance on-line collaboration are now available to the wider public at little or no cost at all. These new online technologies known as Web 2.0 and ‘social media’ enable people to collaborate to create, share and publish information.  

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Ministry of Fisheries & Agriculture

Victoria, Republic of Seychelles , 11-15 May 2015

Technological innovation is taking place at a breath-taking pace. Simple, open source internet-based applications and services designed to enhance on-line collaboration are now available to the wider public at little or no cost at all. These new online technologies known as Web 2.0 and ‘social media’ enable people to collaborate to create, share and publish information.  

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Writing blogs, talking on skype, showcasing products and agricultural practices on Facebook. These are just some of the ways that growing numbers of agripreneurs, producers’ organisations, rural NGOs and other ACP development actors are using ICTs to network and spread valuable information.