Tanzanian GODAN partner Agrinfo uses geodata to share farmland information and enable farmers to better manage their land. The organization does this, explains marketing director Jumo Ngomuo, by collecting the GPS locations of farms and assessing their ownership and area size, type of investment and expected outputs. By collecting such...Open
Today, the US Government announces major new funding at the Financing for Development Conference in Addis Ababa to achieve food security by 2030, as part of its commitment to the UN Sustainable Development Goals. These goals will be finalised in...Read more
A roundtable session on open data in agriculture was recently held during recent Global Forum for Innovations in Agriculture (GFIA) 2015, held in Abu Dhabi. The roundtable session, convened by the CGIAR, looked at the current open data situation in...Read more
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