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Didier Muyiramye

Researcher in Digital Agriculture and Climate Change Adaptation.

Biography

Didier Muyiramye is passionate about the role of digital technologies in agricultural transformation. With over 5 years of agribusiness work experience, he worked at CTA, providing Monitoring and Evaluation support for various ICT4Ag projects, as well as documenting the key impacts of the Data4Ag programme. He holds a Masters Degree in Rural Development and Natural Resources Management from the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU). Previously, he worked for PUM Netherlands senior experts and AgriProFocus Network in Rwanda, gaining expertise in farmer profiling, online platform data management and business brokering services.

Articles

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The CTA-funded project, Monitoring Family Farms Within CAPAD Member Cooperatives, aims to improve agricultural product development and marketing activities through the trial and use of ICTs. These technical developments are intended to better support farmer members of the Confederation of Agricultural Producer Associations for Development (CAPAD), in Burundi.

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The momentum of change and disruption brought about by ICT’s in supplementing or replacing traditional farming systems was not something that anyone predicted. Drawing on nearly 100 issues of CTA’s ICT Update magazine, this article examines how ICTs have come to represent modern farming and have driven access to agricultural information over the past 20 years.

Publications

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events

  1. Aug 10

    Strike Two Summit: Farm Income

    This summit comprises of three events where digital innovations are showcased to make our food system more circular, sustainable and future-proof. Each event is focused on a part of the food chain: starting with a consumer-orientated event on building trust, followed by an event entirely for farming industry and…
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