An evidence review of the proliferation of digital technology and data analytics in agriculture
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, USAID, and Cornell University are spearheading an evidence review of how the proliferation of digital technology and data analytics in agriculture is contributing to the lives of farmers and agricultural service providers in developing country economies.
The study team will map, synthesize and describe existing literature to assess how digital agricultural services, delivered individually or as a bundle, act as facilitators and barriers towards achieving outcomes including resiliency, economic growth and sustainability, nutrition, and be inclusive of women and vulnerable populations.
In order to improve the range and diversity of resources that are included in this study, we aim to include community-sourced documents. We would be grateful for your assistance in sharing materials from your programs, such as monitoring and learning evaluations, impact assessments, project reports or other materials that might be difficult for the project team to discover without your assistance.
If you are interested in contributing to this work, please click here and follow the prompts on the form. https://forms.gle/sUTF778haB2Wrjbn7
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Thank you for taking time to increase the diversity and range of resources for this landscape review. Please share these materials before June 30, 2020.
If you have any questions about this work or if you have a corpus of more than five documents you'd like to share, please contact Jaron Porciello (program director) at Cornell University [email protected].