The e-Agriculture is a global community of practice where people from all over the world come to exchange information, ideas and resources related to the use of ICTs for agriculture.

In this context, a number of activities are carried out such as Capacity Development; Good Practices; Blogs and Webinars. These activities are carried out in conjunction with partners and with the e-Agriculture themes.

Some of the most recent activities are displayed below

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  • GDCO Sudan Selected as one of the WSIS Prizes 2019 Champion!

    By Ahmed Eisa Gedaref Digital City Organization (GDCO Sudan) e-Agriculture ,, Partnership for Community Development and SDGs Achievement project has been selected as the WSIS Prize 2019 Champion for the Category 13 — Action Line C7. ICT applications: e-Agriculture . The WSIS committee announced the...
    Posted by ahmed Mahmoud eisa on
  • Food Sovereignty of Consumers - Part 2

    by Olaitan Ogunnote & Raimot Adewunmi - Undergraduate Research Assistants, ECV Ontario, SEDRD, University of Guelph. Read Part I As you enter the grocery store, you quickly glance through your shopping list. While examining, you wonder if the orange juice in the fridge is truly 100% orange...
    Posted by Olaitan Ogunnote on
  • How blockchain can help smallholder farmers

    by Imaran Haider The agricultural business has revolutionized in recent years but still faces multiple handles. The supply chain has been faced with the non-transparent, inefficient and noncommunicating network made up of processes, data, actors, and products. Disconnection and lack of transparency...
    Posted by Imran Haider on