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Feb 23

Paris International Agricultural Show

Through agriculture, women and men build and maintain the ecosystem, domesticate animals and produce natural raw materials. While it stays the essential and fundamental activity for all countries and all societies, agriculture requires farmers to master practical knowledge and skills, the sense of adaptation and creativity.

Location:
1 Place de la Porte de Versailles, 75015 Paris, France

Sep 7

Contribution to the Policy Symposium: Agritech Development

Digital and analytics in agriculture present an opportunity to provide goods and services at-scale to smallholder farmers in sub-Saharan Africa and inform improved decision-making for the public and private sectors. We are currently seeing multiple start-ups across sub-Saharan Africa innovating this approach in different ways. This symposium will consider what ecosystems, Partnerships, an…
Location:
Kigali, Rwanda

Nov 21

Using weather data to support smallholder agriculture in Africa

CTA is hosting this one-day workshop as part of its Data4Ag week activities to bring the collective knowledge of actors across the weather data value chain to help document the challenges and opportunities for open weather data for agriculture and nutrition.

Location:
2e verdieping, Anna van Buerenplein 29, 2595 Den Haag, Netherlands

Jun 28

Workshop Experience Sharing on ICT4Ag

A workshop held from 28 June - 01 July 2016 in Wageningen, the Netherlands to help document experiences and capitalise on the knowledge gained during the implementation of seven projects involving ICTs within the agricultural sector in Antigua, Belize, Barbuda, Trinidad and Tobago, Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast, Ghana, Mali, and Sudan.

Location:
Wageningen, Netherlands

Dec 8

Participatory Spatial Information Management and Communication as a contribution to modelling trade-offs between land use scenarios and ecosystem services in the Upper Suriname River area: Participatory (preliminary) assessment of ecosystem services

Participatory Spatial Information Management and Communication as a contribution to modelling trade-offs between land use scenarios and ecosystem services in the Upper Suriname River area: Participatory (preliminary) assessment of ecosystem services

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