GODAN will be co-organising the session on AgriGIS with the gvSIG Association at the 14th gvSIG International conference. Suchith Annand will be representing GODAN and promoting the importance of Open data in agriculture for the session.
Your contributions and inputs on AgriGIS, Food Security research and examples are welcome. We encourage AgriGIS submissions from all themes in AgriGIS and Food Security. The best three submissions will be selected for the GODAN AgriGIS session. Please send your abstracts through the Communications section of the website by 11th September 2018.
Nearly 800 million people struggle with hunger and malnutrition everyday. That's one in every nine people, with the majority being women and children. We are convinced that the solution to Zero Hunger lies within existing, but often unavailable, agriculture and nutrition data. Global Open Data for Agriculture and Nutrition (GODAN) is an initiative that seeks to support global efforts to make agricultural and nutritionally relevant data available, accessible, and usable for unrestricted use worldwide.
The initiative focuses on building high-level policy as well as public and private institutional support for open data. Open Geospatial data and open geo tools are key in supporting and achieving the 2030 agenda for Global Food Security.