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concept there produce i mean for instance you give me an example he went to the market we play wanted. farm produce he only sold a hundred killings. so there are a stove and a protein and becoming compost. it's time for more new too brief fifteen i met a farmer william and here is the future lenses that he is facing as an indigenous crop of the i also add that sounds of meeting the group that he belongs to these farmers need to. push information so we're looking at are technology can come in and breach these got under so support them to get to the next level so movie these
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these informational boat. planting seeds on is a date and then they come they have how much the i mean from the farm financial financial planning so the information we need to bridge that gap because the team decides to go with a simple text based app. i didn't have to. be chance the kind of phones these people use you you can scroll with they don't all smart he says develop technology you develop solutions for technology people use one team for mission to move from the farmer to the market and from the market to the farmer and the only way you can do these is through their group's decision to be a lab. seems fire away but they're almost ready to go back to william with their idea for an app as. they say that you can do cheesy but can make a living. by i need to give my mind mind you but i.
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think. this. the prototype of their life app is ready to show william in person. l.o.l. . no. he wouldn't that have been. on the road back to william and this time when used joined by jeffrey one of the best trainers. the software city boys about to be reminded why out here communication is a problem. in abundance there much and good people are finding.
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little. to remodel. in a solution. the first step is showing the group how the prototype app works so it's only what two missing we're really. and we're building. so because so much more. it's a swahili word meaning fertility supposed to be a platform to exchange information well it's market information whether it's based
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on disease information on record keeping all that in one. so how exactly does road to both work. step one register the group form a name and produce. steps to send the details to rotifers database. step three send reports to wrote to both via text message such as which crops and the quantity they're selling. step for on market day then text all the farmers in the group to share the information. and. then they can agree on prices and share transport costs. nicky to kids who dissent and need. most of interaction with the
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system will get through with a mess and that's with a farm as a missing the system of the system getting the data back to the farm it can be tailored to be anything the families it will be for instance if the group owns a farm implement like up on. the for families to use the pump the request for the pump ways and. to come up with a group to simon says i watch it. all many make up and i keep. what looked really cool. in a cocoon. you call. the app which allow williams friends to collect and distributes the information they need to work together see where the building may be operate your comments how lucky you are not will be. finding neat and yeah yeah. well i don't quite know nothing related they like their
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product. they see their body neat so i think it went pretty well you should have seen the smiles on bill's gaze was. the smile on their way and is what gives you the drive. and when you can offer. that. this has been. you can call it blowing all out experience something you really need and it's a learning experience for you you'll have. to come a nine minute price and it's about one minute pentium of. but you know. opened you can be a key to. it he says i mean. in particular could do not seem to be
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young and he's going to. use currently seeking investment funding to develop or to buy as a fully functioning technology. he's convinced that mobile phone apps like your tuba can help kenya's millions of small scale farmers to work more efficiently find new markets and have a better life. putting information on people's hearts they think they're far more out fair should have access to point for me from my cause they're the ones providing me food and they're feeding the nation on green initiatives or as a or time envisioning but some of these things a project a can scale even much honestly. and it does woolfolk robes just the beginning you know you'll you'll go you know your old.
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triggers a constitutional process to remove the president from office responding to weeks of protests. follow him down jordan this is. from doha also coming up tensions remain high in gaza israeli airstrikes and palestinian rocket fire as israel boost its military forces along the border. four children are among seven people killed after a missile hits a hospital in yemen supported by the save the children charity plus. i want to say that i'm on the border between. where the united nations opened the first formal camp for venezuelans fleeing the worsening social and economic crisis in their
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country. the head of our generals army has triggered a constitutional move that would see president abilities but a few declared unfit for office the direct intervention by the military follows weeks of protests against the eighty two year old has led the country for twenty years but it's really been seen since a stroke six years ago reports. the algerian army breaks its silence it demands the country's ailing president. be declared unfit to rule it was army's chief or staff left in a general comment gates who made the demand. in this regard we need to find a solution to sort out this crisis and to respond to the demands of algeria within the constitution and within the sovereignty of the country in order to achieve that
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consensus and to achieve something that is accepted by all parties by triggering article one zero two the constitutional council will have to declare the president unfit to lead the country a step that would pave the way for the chairman of the opposition but in the parliament. to take over as interim president until elections are held. the army chief widely seen as a key ally of president of the law. has in the past warned a gas instability as the anti-government rallies gained momentum. was the protest continue it even went with a plea come made a few concessions was shuffled the government called for a national dialogue and not to see if. his office was dismissed by a key opposition leader as
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a ploy by the establishment to take the steam out of the protests but a move for twenty years but in two thousand and thirteen has suffered a stroke and ever since was rarely seen in public algeria's have been calling for a national unity government that would lead the country for a transitional period draft and you can situation and reinvigorate an economy in tatters if we followed the constitution. more or less the same people who are alone in the country at the moment we debate on the need for the foreseeable future and forty five days to ninety days depending on the situation the elections are. we would make him a drill constitutional or legal arrangement so the game we produce would be would be played according to deludes that exist today and this is what the people have been calling for or against basically they don't want the politics to continue
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until disables which in oil and natural gas algeria's economy has struggled as oil prices declined over the last few years the government slashed social development programs to tackle recession but unemployment sought and spread algeria has for decades used as political and financial influence to shape policies in the african continent and the arab world but today the country faces a huge challenges as it distances itself from what a flea has legacy and what happens there will be closely watched by algeria's neighbors and particularly the arab league which is holding its annual meeting here in tunisia. tunis well i mean after it was an activist with a it took us citizen movement she says the algerian government is running out of options to end the crisis. today really what's happening is that the regime is
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exploring all its option after. trying to get a fifth term after delaying the election now it is going for a constitutional route after it has violated the constitution multiplan time ironically now it is. trying to make us believe that the their way out for us is the constitution and we know what would happen if beautifully it is impeached . declared unfit what will happen is that the constitutional council will take over then the national council with mr bin saleh will be will take control and they will organize presidential elections within three months they will continue to hold the rope. of the regime i've been i have not
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been hearing anyone around me no jira and abroad. celebrating this as any kind of accomplishment the only positive aspect is that citizens a voice is does have power proves that the regime is totally going trying to lead disturbed but wait what is going on and they're trying to find a way out israel's prime minister is threatening further action against gaza the astronauts on monday and palestinian rocket fire from the strip tensions remain high despite an egyptian brokered cease fire are a force that has more now from the gaza border. after a night of israeli bombardments and rocket fire from gaza israeli tanks remain close to the border on tuesday israel had warned of a broader response that in recent escalations that threat was very much on show despite relative calm and talk from hamas of a cease fire. the increased tension caused israel's prime minister to return home
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early from his u.s. trip a speech he planned to give to the influential apac jewish lobby conference in washington was instead delivered by video link we are prepared to do a lot more. we will do what is necessary to defend our people and to defend our state. the israeli air force struck targets throughout the besieged strip on monday night including multi-story buildings in the heart of gaza city. but the first rockets which was a warning was fired then the second and third were fired to the north and east of the building five minutes later the whole building was hit and we didn't know where to go. among the destroyed buildings the office of hamas is political leader ismail haniya and insurance headquarters that israel said housed hamas military intelligence and a building belonging to its internal security all that following a rocket launched from gaza that struck
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a family home north of tel aviv early on monday seven people were injured. earlier this month hamas said two rockets that landed in tel aviv were fired accidentally is investigating this latest launch i think we have to do. that tickets today i add to this immediate or to the homes i think to today to this military targets and there but maybe sometimes they could not do that because then they have no technical part of technical. tool to do that. the palestinian president mahmoud abbas has condemned what he called the israeli escalation the p.l.o. leadership accuse the israeli prime minister of trying to use the situation to his benefit before next month's general election. benjamin netanyahu has been criticized by opponents from the right and left of israeli politics over his gaza policy his main rival in the election the former army chief benny gantz accused him
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of failing to contain and deter hamas a sufficiently strong military action netanyahu is options a fraud most analysts agree he doesn't want an unpredictable war on the eve of an election but at the same time he's under pressure to project military strength israel's domestic politics adding to the volatile mix on its border with gaza are a force that al-jazeera southern israel. the u.n. secretary general has called for a deescalation of tensions in gaza meanwhile some u.s. allies have been voicing opposition at the u.n. to president trump's declaration that the occupied golan heights israeli territory made the announcement during netanyahu visit to washington diplomatic editor james bays has more.


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