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MOBILE PHONES SAVE THE BANANAS IN AFRICA -UGANDA

Original post made by JAMES, Downtown North, on Oct 8, 2009

I found this article about a banana disease scientist and his cell phone. Uganda isn’t as flooded with technology like the U.S. Because electricity is scarce, it is hard to move technology in. Mobile phones are rare because of the difficulty in finding a place to charge them.Though solar charged mobile phones are now introduced in Uganda.

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