This report examines the role of social media in supporting post-production activities within Senegal’s agriculture sector. It explores how social media platforms enable farmers to connect, share knowledge, and access valuable resources. The study highlights the transformative impact of these digital tools in enhancing agricultural practices and fostering collaboration among stakeholders. By documenting the experiences and insights of farmers, the report sheds light on the potential of social media to drive innovation and improve livelihoods in the agricultural context. It underscores the significance of the social agriculture movement in Senegal and its implications for food security and platform economies.

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