Open data is data that anyone can access, use and share. It sounds simple, but not everyone is aware of the open data available to them. We explain what open data are and explain some of the benefits these can bring to the key players in agriculture and nutrition: from farmers to researchers, and from government officials to journalists.Read more
Giving farmers precise practical information will contribute to greater food security, increase incomes and in the end a more sustainable way of producing and distributing our food.Read more
Using satellite data and mobile phones, an innovative project funded by the Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA) has helped farmers in the Gezira irrigation scheme, Sudan, to more than quadruple their wheat yields while conserving water and other key inputs.Read more
The writeshop, Experience sharing on implementation of ICT4Ag projects, organised by CTA from 28 June to 1 July in Wageningen, the Netherlands, took an innovative approach to capitalising on the experiences of CTA-supported projects involving ICTs within the agricultural sector.Read more
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