Commitments to action

Digitization as an Alternative to Information and Access to Markets for Small Producers and Other Actors in the Food Systems (Retailers / Traders, Processors, etc.)

Ministry of Agriculture, World Food Program, Ministère Agriculture, FAO, IFAD, Smallholders, NGO

Les outils innovants de digitaux faciliteront l’accès à l’information sur les prix et les opportunités de marchés pour les petits producteurs. La stabilisation actuelle du pays favorise le développement du réseaux internet et la mobilité des personnes et des biens. l’accès aux prix de commercialisation et aux débouché de vente constituera un apport majeur dans la connexion des principaux acteurs du systèmes alimentaires


Member state(s)
Producer organizations
Private sector

Action Area(s)

Means of Implementation


Central African Republic

Key contact

Wilfred NKWAMBI; Francis DOUI, Ministry of Agriculture, World Food Program
[email protected]


Access to market



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