The United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Bureau for Food and Security (BFS), Office of Country Strategy and Implementation Support (CSI) is accepting Concept Papers for New Alliance ICT Extension Challenge Fund. Applications can be made for 3-year grant to implement project in one to six New Alliance Countries Ethiopia, Ghana, Malawi, Mozambique, Senegal and Tanzania. It should contribute to the achievement of each country’s New Alliance yield targets through ICT-enabled agriculture extension promoting at-scale adoption of the priority agriculture technologies.

Applications that combine experience across types of ICT modes, such as mobile-phone-based-services, Internet-based information portals, television, content delivery services, video, radio and GPS, and those having experience in ICT-enabled agriculture extension services are encouraged. The fund is for the projects that can forge sets of scaled ICT-enabled services and change them as needed depending on results and changing conditions to increase the adoption rates of new technologies by…

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