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The big wins of open data for agriculture and nutrition

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This 10 minutes-long video provides an overview of the big wins in open data for agriculture and nutrition and the steps to deliver them. It also explains who can benefit from open data. For instance, giving smallholder farmers access to reliable data can translate into higher productivity, greater access to markets and better nutrition. Data can also be key to building support among policymakers for initiatives on food and nutrition security.

For instance, giving smallholder farmers access to reliable data can translate into higher productivity, greater access to markets and better nutrition. Data can also be key to building support among policymakers for initiatives on food and nutrition security.

A summary of this video is also available (2 minutes).

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Championing open data for agriculture and nutrition

At a Ministerial Conference on Global Open Data for Agriculture and Nutrition and the 4th Agritec Africa exhibition, held 14-16 June in Nairobi, Kenya, key regional stakeholders met to discuss ways of leveraging data and science to improve food and nutrition security.

Exploring the impacts of open data in agriculture and nutrition

What are the benefits of open data in agriculture and nutrition? What can open data do to create more biodiverse agriculture? These are among the questions raised at the 3rd workshop on Creating impacts with open data in agriculture and nutrition.

Forging links in open data for agriculture and nutrition

CTA facilitated two Data4Agriculture meetings simultaneously in Kigali and Brussels on 14 June 2016. Although the roles of the panels were different, there were many similarities in the conclusions.

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