Serge Kedja

Computer science engineer

Serge Kedja

Biography

Serge Kedja, from Cote D’Ivoire, is a computer science engineer, specialising in advanced information systems. Since his graduation from A-Mira University of Bejaia, Algeria in 2012, he has been working on using ICTs for various needs. For the past 3 years, he has worked with the French NGO, RONGEAD (www.rongead.org), on public funded development projects for the EU, GIZ and local governments. This work includes agro-market information, international trade, ICTs for development, GIS, as well as pilot projects with private IT service providers such as SAP, Voxygen and Infobip. From 2016 to January 2017, Serge has been part of the Policies Market and ICTs programme team at CTA, in order to strengthen his skills and support CTA’s emerging ICT4Ag vision.

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A vibrant enabling environment is vital for creativity, stimulus and optimism on which ICT4Ag initiatives can generate impact. Developers and innovators have to learn from cases, either successful or not, when it comes to the environments or contexts where they have been deployed. There are four areas on which an enabling environment depends.

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High-income countries have seen recent improvements in their agricultural management systems through modern remote sensing technology, such as satellites and aircrafts and the information they collect. Out of the vast amount of data collected, advice is provided to farmers and fishers to help inform their decisions.

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