The feasibility of ICT diffusion amongst African rural women: a case study of South Africa and Kenya

The feasibility of ICT diffusion amongst African rural women: a case study of South Africa and Kenya

This study explores whether ICT use is feasible in the rural areas of South Africa and Kenya by using largely survey research method. The survey involved interviewing 400 women aged between 16-60 from both Kenya and South Africa. The multistage sampling data was obtained from Census household data of the magisterial districts of Umlalazi - Eshowe, Amatikulu, Gigindlovu and Mtunzini (South Africa), and from the sub-divisions of the Kaplamai Division in Trans-Nzoia district - Kimoson, Sinyerere, Sitatunga and Makutano (Kenya).

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