2019
DOI: 10.1016/j.inpa.2018.09.002
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An ICT model for increased adoption of farm input information in developing countries: A case in Sikasso, Mali

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“…Zhou and Benton Jr. ( 2007 ) identified that information sharing as a way of capturing the SC dynamics and reducing uncertainty within SC. Thus, IPT may recognise the enablers as accounting for information’s processing in SC, viz., information sharing (IS), SC visibility, uncertainty minimisation and technology-based capabilities (Kante et al 2019 ).…”
Section: Literature Reviewmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Zhou and Benton Jr. ( 2007 ) identified that information sharing as a way of capturing the SC dynamics and reducing uncertainty within SC. Thus, IPT may recognise the enablers as accounting for information’s processing in SC, viz., information sharing (IS), SC visibility, uncertainty minimisation and technology-based capabilities (Kante et al 2019 ).…”
Section: Literature Reviewmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This is as a result of rapid changes in how information is generated and used. Such frameworks help with, developing new systems for information dissemination, addressing the need for understanding the target community before propagation of information (Msoffe and Ngulube, 2016), predicting the information-seeking behaviour of farmers (Mahindarathne and Min, 2018), placing emphasis on socio-economic factors in the technology adoption decisions (Lubua and Kyobe, 2019), or establishing factors that influence increased adoption of farm input and their relationships (Kante et al, 2019).…”
Section: Review Of Relevant Literaturementioning
confidence: 99%
“…Kabbiri, Dora, Kumar, Elepu, & Gellynck (2018) highlighted that new technologies have grabbed the interest of users (farmers) easily. Moreover, ICTs not only assist users to learn and share valuable agricultural information, but also keep users updated about farm inputs (Kante, Oboko, & Chepken, 2019) and agricultural innovations in the agricultural sector. In this regard, Aldosari and colleagues (2017) stated that extension service providers need to make aware farmers through various advanced digital technologies for agricultural development.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Conversely, there are numerous barriers in the use or adoption of new technologies face by male and female users like ICTs in the agricultural sector. Numerous authors (Lwoga & Chigona, 2019;Rotz et al, 2019;Kante et al, 2019;Rahman, Barau, & Noman, 2019;Awan, Ahmed, and Hashim, 2019;Mwalupaso, Wang, Rahman, Alavo, & Tian, 2019;Aldosari et al, 2017) highlighted the barriers in the use of ICTs or latest technologies such as lack of ICT skills and trainings, low speed of internet, cost, a language issue, lack of linkages with agricultural extension service providers are names a few. Furthermore, according to Eitzinger et al (2019), although there are many hurdles that exist in the use of ICTs, the use of mobile phone as a popular form of ICTs is increasing among the farming community.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%