Under normal circumstance, farmers should benefit most from their produce but often
middleman do. This is because the middleman often misrepresentation the true cost of the
produce to the farmers and in this confusion farmer’s end up being cheated because of this
information gap (middlemen often under price the produce and take a bigger share of farmers
incomes). In this research, we have designed, implemented and tested a mobile and web-based
system that will aid farmers by timely checking on mobile phones for the current price for their
agricultural products in various markets around the major markets like Kireka, Nakawa, Owino,
Karerwe, Kiseka and Nakasero markets. This price information is updated by NAADS officials
and uploaded on their servers.
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