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  • iShamba keeps Kenyan farmers informed
  • iShamba keeps Kenyan farmers informed
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iShamba keeps Kenyan farmers informed

Phone ownership and signal coverage are expanding rapidly in Kenya. In rural areas, SMS messages are a great way for people to communicate advice and expertise. iShamba is making that system even easier, providing Kenyan farmers with key agricultural information for a minimal fee.

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