Making tech work in the 3rd World

This is an interview between Dr John Campbell and David Davies of AgUnity. The first few minutes are about Covid but the rest of this incredible interview is about how AgUnity makes it possible for poor farmers in developing nations to work co-operatively with their villages and, for example, the Fair Trade organisation, to better their lives.

How? By providing the farmers with a very cheap, specially tailored smart phone.

This is smart tech. And yes, the bloke with the tan is an Aussie. πŸ˜€ To find out more about AgUnity, visit their website http://www.agunity.com or contact them via hello@agunity.com.

cheers
Meeks

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