The World Food Programme and MTC on Monday signed a Memorandum of Understanding to develop tech-enabled solutions for food security, rural transformation, and human capital development in Namibia. The Namibia Press Agency reports that the agreement is aimed at providing digital solutions for smallholder farmers, internship and capacity building for youth and women, and provides mobile financial services to the farmers. The agreement is set to amplify MTC’s commitment to the WFP and will focus on digital transformation and innovation over a period of five years.
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