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GODAN is pleased to announce it has surpassed the 450 partner milestone mark - and continues to grow its strong global open data partnership network.Read more
The Agricultural Working Group of the Asia Pacific Advanced Network ( APAN ) and GODAN are planning a session on "Open data and Interoperability" for the next APAN meeting in August of this year.Read more
GODAN area:
Food security | Sustainable production
Keywords:
Government data | Linked data | Open data | Private sector data | Public/private
The Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Netherlands Space Office are pleased to invite you for an information meeting on the Third Call of the Geodata for Agriculture and Water Facility: "G4AW Towards More Impact" Friday 17 February 2017,...Read more
Following the recent GODAN Donor Steering Committe Meeting held in November 2016 between the GODAN Secretariat and donors, the revised GODAN Governance paper was approved and is now released.Read more
Journalists in six African countries -- South Africa, Zambia, Tanzania, Ghana, Kenya and Nigeria -- can win a fully paid study tour to major United States newsrooms as part of a new impactAFRICA reporting contest. impactAFRICA is seeking stories that...Read more
With support from the NASA Europa Challenge, GODAN is pleased to announce the launch of a Local Farming Challenge! We want to bring together researchers and students to find solutions for local farming in growing cities, using open agriculture and nutrition data.Read more
GODAN area:
Food security
Keywords:
Open data
"2016 was a most exciting year for GODAN; one could say it was the year when it for the first time, the organisation became truly global, establishing partnerships all the way from Argentina to Australia, South Africa to Norway. Most important, the partnerships established within the GODAN network spoke of...Open
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GODAN Summit 2016 brought together world leaders, researchers, farmers, students and others – public, private and non-profit united around a collaboration on agriculture and nutrition data openness. The event was the largest event ever planned for open data in agriculture...Read more
Guest written by Nikos Manouselis, CEO of Agroknow Agriculture would benefit hugely from a common data ecosystem. Produced and used by diverse stakeholders, from smallholders to multinational conglomerates, a shared global data space would help build the infrastructures that will propel the industry forward. This is the main argument of...Open
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Welcome to the final week of the GODAN Summit 2016 Blog Series. Each week, we will post a blog written by a participant of our Summit held in New York City on September 15-16. This week's blog is written by Sreekanth Rameshaiah of Mahiti.Open
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GODAN area:
Food security | Sustainable production
Keywords:
Civil society | Open data

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