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The Impact of Digital Transformation on Uganda’s Agriculture
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The Impact of Digital Transformation on Uganda’s Agriculture

20 Seiten · 4,30 EUR
(08. Januar 2020)

 
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Digital Transformation is underway in Uganda, as shown by the increasing number of people using smartphones, and thereby accessing digital content and services. This is having a profound positive effect on the socio-economic development of the country. (...) The paper reviews the recent literature on the current situation of agriculture in Uganda as well as the impact of corresponding technologies on the rural sector. Furthermore, the paper will highlight some of the challenges and barriers within the agriculture sector which are faced by the country and, especially, by farmers in the poorer regions. Under the auspices of the Transcultural Research project, this paper also introduces a research framework for describing the current situation and the main benefits of Digital Transformation in Uganda but also in rural areas, using the NGO “Hope Development Initiative” and the corresponding community, as a sample. In order to analyze these topics, a qualitative case study has been conducted and will be presented in the research design. The questions will be approached by addressing the understanding of Digital Transformation, the current situation of agriculture in Uganda, the (potential) impact of Digital Transformation on agriculture and the people working in the sector and finally, its challenges in term of smallholder agriculture. This is followed by academic and practical implications and a conclusion.


zitierfähiger Aufsatz aus ...
Transculturality and Community
Josef Wieland, Dominik Fischer (eds.):
Transculturality and Community
the author
Alexander Shevelov
Alexander Shevelov

is a final year M.Sc. student of Corporate Management & Economics at Zeppelin University as well as Innovation Manager and founding member of Bodensee Innovationscluster. Furthermore, after long professional and academic experience in the fields of Digital Transformation and Supply Chain Management and Logistics, he is about to start a social project in Uganda focusing on the impact of Digital Transformation on Uganda’s agriculture and the people working in it.