Design an Internet Community Network for farmers
Provide access to underserved rural, remote, and urban areas
This project will assess the requirements for adequate internet connectivity in the rural farming community of Veryvine. in the Vermont Valley. The assessment will include a public consultation with the farmers.
The project area is the Veryvine area in Vermont on the western side of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. This area was selected because of the lack of internet connectivity in the area.
Andre Browne – Project Coordinator
Kerry Kerr – Event coordinator
Jonte Burke – Treasurer
Marcellus Constance – Technical Officer
Sunil Sheen – Project Committee Member
Decima Corea – Project Committee Member
Jacqueline Creese- Event Committee member
Max Horne- Videographer
Roxanne John- Executive Chair
Andre Gaymes- Vice Chair
Indicate the estimated total number of people working on the project. 20
Project Goals and Objectives
The farming community in SVG often operates in remote areas, where there is very little connection to the outside world. This project seeks to establish the feasibility of providing connectivity to this group. This project will provide valuable data about the farming group in the area of Vermont and will help this group to better understand the value of the internet. It will seek to design a network system and also educate farmers on how they can use the internet to improve their livelihood.
How many people may directly or indirectly benefit?
This project will directly affect 30 farmers and indirectly affect approximately 300 persons who interact with the farmers.
How will you measure your project’s success and impact?
The project will be highlighted on the ISoC SVG’s website, FaceBook Page, Twitter and radio.
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Requested Total Amount (Amount in USD): 2,000.00