How can we provide rural entrepreneurs with tools that help them do wonderful things? In this policy brief it is argued that a resource centre can help provide tools to entrepreneurs so that they can profit from Information and Communication Technology (ICT). An experiment with such a resource center showed that the combined use of an FM radio station, business information center, and SMS/ general mobile phone applications that provided ICT based information, improved the performance of businesses.

 

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