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African governments are using technology to get young people interested in farming

it is increasingly important for farmers to access up-to-date information. Image: REUTERS/Mike Hutchings

Thin Lei Win

Food Security Correspondent, Thomson Reuters Foundation

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Daniel Nshimiyimana, 29, a university graduate, demonstrates how to use an app developed by the United Nations to help small scale farmers, at his farm in Rulindo district in northern Rwanda on Aug 22, 2018.
Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Thin Lei Win
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