The advent of the information society knowledge-based society.
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and ICT applications in agricultural and rural development in developing countries. Its aim is to attract the attention of policyi
makers, donors, researchers, nongovernmental organizations, and farmers’ organizations to the need for dialogue and action on issues of ICT and gender in the context of food security, poverty reduction, and sustainable development.