RAHIM YAR KHAN, Punjab, Pakistan, Jun 28 (IPS) – Farmer Abdul Waheed, 32, has been using his cell phone for everything but work for the past seven years. But after a recent training session he has installed six farming apps and says the move has paid off.
Digital Training in Pakistani Villages Yields Bumper Participation
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