Ghana, smartphones and the secret to sustainable shea

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SAP and PlaNet Finance invest in Ghana smartphone programme to increase supply chain transparency

Smartphone in hand, Mariama Mahami, age 70, stands next to a warehouse in the remote West Mamprusi District of Northern Ghana. She is poised to show a group of reporters how a mobile application will...

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