Access And Use Of Electronic Information Resources By Small-holder Farmers In Busia
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Access And Use Of Electronic Information Resources By Small-holder Farmers In Busia County
A serious information gap exists of inadequate information provision to the rural Kenyan Farmer. The purpose of this study sought to support small-holder farmers to improve their knowledge, skills and take advantage of new technologies, policies, market opportunities to empower themselves advocate and innovate for sustainable agricultural productivity. The objective of this study was to determine the existing e-resources, adoption and overlaps. A descriptive survey design was adopted with a sample size of 384 selected respondents based on Krejcie and Morgan (1970) formula and target population of 181,789 small holder farmers selected using a multi stage sampling technique.DownloadViews: 11

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