The spread of the mobile phone connects populations in marginal and remote regions of the world. This has lead to both a sense of new possibilities and to new challenges. Often, there is a vast distance between the worldview of scholars, policymakers and system implementers, on the one hand, and the priorities and practices of potential users, on the other. Under the guidance of Professor Jenna Burrell (UC Berkeley), I built this web resource in an effort to bridge this distance. With this site, we hope to expand thinking about the role of mobile phones in the livelihood activities of agriculturalists and market actors of the Global South.