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The World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) Forum 2015 will welcome a large number of WSIS stakeholders, including high-level delegates from around the world, to the ITU and the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Headquarters, in Geneva, Switzerland, from 26 to 29 May 2015....

WSIS Project Prize 2016

Last year CTA Ardyis won the WSIS Project Prize 2015 for the e-agriculture Action Line.

Who will win this prestigeous prize this year?

You can submit your project now until the 5th of December. Convince the jury by explaining how...

Deadline: 15 February 2017

Do you think your ICT for Development or ICT for Agriculture project deserves global recognition? Do you have a success story to share? Participate in the contest for the WSIS Prizes 2017 and submit your project before the 15th of February 2017. Maybe your...

On the 2nd of May, during the WSIS Forum 2016, the action lines e-Health and e-Agriculture will join forces and organize a session: "ICT & Nutrition: Federating actions towards eradication of hunger and food insecurity (SDG2) and Healthy lives and wellbeing for all (SDG3)"...

The WSIS Forum 2016 will be held from 2–6 May 2016 in Geneva Switzerland. This event builds upon the tradition of annual WSIS May meetings, and its new format is the result of open...

UPDATE: The General Assembly adopted the WSIS+10 Outcome Document - read the press release
The General Assembly High-level...


Welcome to e-Agriculture

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.

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Participate in the ongoing e-forum on the Role of ICTs in Sustainable Crop Production Intensification (SCPI) of horticulture crop based system (mainly fruits, vegetables, roots and tubers) Click here!