Global Open Data for Agriculture (GODAN) Chief Executive Andre was in Sierra Leone to help kick start the country's commitment to the Nairobi Declaration dispositions which it joined in 2017. The Nairobi Declaration is a pan-African effort involving more than 15 ministers from various countries on the continent working towards the development and implementation of a full-fledged open data policy in Agriculture and Nutrition.
The GODAN initiative focuses on building high-level support among governments, policymakers, international organizations and business. It promotes collaboration to harness the growing volume of data generated by new technologies to solve long-standing problems and to benefit farmers and the health of consumers.
We are pleased to invite you to the GODAN Webinar on “Open Access & Open Data at PUSH Universities” on Oct 29, 2018 4:00 PM CET PUSH (Presidents United to Solve Hunger) is a consortium of universities from around the...Read more
It is World Food Day and the FAO is calling on people from various sectors and professions worldwide to join forces and commit to achieving Zero Hunger. This means working together to ensure everyone, everywhere, has access to the safe,...Read more
The Global Open Data for Agriculture (GODAN) and the Open Data Charter have launched a guide for governments to open agricultural data. Launched on 16th October, World Food Day , the Open Up Guide for Agriculture aims to help governments...Read more
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