GODAN (Global Open Data for Agriculture and Nutrition) Action project is inviting applications from trainers with demonstrable experience interested in collaborating to build the capacity and diversity of open data users and intermediaries. The aim is to increase understanding and the effective use of open data in tackling key agriculture and nutrition challenges.
The grants will fund eight (8) training workshop proposals of GBP2, 000. Winning proposals will incorporate GODAN Action curriculum themes which are: weather data, land data or nutrition data. Workshops will run within three months from the contract date.
GODAN Action project is a three-year venture to enable data users, producers and intermediaries to engage effectively with open data and maximise its potential for impact in the agriculture and nutrition sectors. The project is funded by the UK Department for International Development (DFID).
GODAN was at the The Need for Nutrition Education / Innovation Programme (NNEdPro) Summit from 19 to 20 July 2018. GODAN and NNEdPro held a soft launch of the Data Strategy between the two organisations during the summit. GODAN and...Read more
GODAN will be taking part in the Inspire Hackathon Webinar. GODAN’s Ben Schaap will be talking about Global Open Data for Agriculture and Nutrition (GODAN): Data availability through API's from GODAN Partners. Launched in 2016, INSPIRE Hackathon is a collaborative...Read more
Let’s talk about some of the challenges of opening data. 1) Too expensive! 2) We don’t have the technical knowledge! 3) We don’t have the storage space! 4) We don’t have the time! GODAN works with many organizations in all sectors facing these challenges, but there’s one challenge that comes...Open
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