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As part of the Community of Practice (CoP) knowledge sharing, the e-Agriculture welcomes blogs from registered users. The e-Agriculture blogs are not an avenue for press releases. The e-Agriculture blogs have the following objectives : Raise awareness of Information Communication and Technology (...
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2nd ICT4D Partners' Conference

The ICT4D Conference, leading the international and cross-sector discussion on digital development since 2010, remains in the virtual space for 2022 . As the world fights the pandemic, we continue to offer various individual online events and...

e-Agriculture is a global community of practice that facilitates dialogue, information exchange and sharing of ideas related to the use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) for sustainable agriculture and rural development.

The mission of e-Agriculture is to facilitate the discussion on the adoption and use of ICTs and digital innovations in agriculture, forestry, fisheries, natural resource management and rural development.

e-Agriculture was born out of Action Line C7 ICT Applications: e-agriculture from the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS). The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO of the UN) was assigned as facilitator of this action line and also took up the role of the facilitation of the e-Agriculture Community of Practice

News and e-Agriculture

  • 2021 Digital Public Goods Alliance Report

    The Digital Public Goods Alliance (DPGA) recently published its 2021 Annual Report that surmise both the contribution from over 20 organizations working in the digital public goods ecosystem and the work of the DPGA itself. The report highlights these activities, and details some examples of the work done under the DPGA. The DPGA divides its work into 3 streams – (i) core activities which are driven wholly by the DPGA Secretariat, (ii) coordinated activities driven by stakeholders in partnership or close coordination with the DPGA Secretariat, and (iii) aligned activities driven by...
  • Impact Maker Program : Targeting MENA and Sub-Sahara region

    Berytech has partnered with Future Agro challenge (FAC), Agricatalyst innovations , FAO and FoodMakers -FAC- South Africa funded by SANAD TAF , for the second edition of the Impact maker program. In this context, the partners are calling for eligible ecosystem builders in the MENA and Sub-Saharan Africa region to apply to the Impact Maker Program. The organizers are looking for ecosystem builders (incubators, accelerators, NGOs, for profit enterprises…) interested to strengthen their capacities of Impact Makers to support innovation and entrepreneurship in the agrifood sector, to join a 12-...
  • Dive-into the future of digital agriculture as envisioned by the youth at the Global AgriInno Challenge 2021

    On 9 December 2021, over 400 passionate audience from 53 countries attended the on-line Pitch Event of the Global AgriInno Challenge 2021 to witness 10 youth-led teams pitching their innovative solutions in front of an international jury from FAO, Zhejiang University, ITU, UNWTO, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences and Top Cloud Agri-Tech Company. The Global AgriInno Challenge (GAC) 2021 was co-organized by FAO and Zhejiang University, with the support from the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs of China and Pinduoduo. Its aim is to encourage youth and women to harness innovation...