GFAR recently announced a series of webinars on farmers' rights to data and this is a follow-up to the face-to-face course on Farmers Access to Data that was held in Centurion (Pretoria), South...
The world still need more food to feed the growing population
Internet of Things (loT) is being used in agriculture
Some advantages of Internet of Things (loT)
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The proliferation of smartphones and their usage has spread throughout the world, including in Africa.
In Liberia, the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations has supported and...
Indigenous territories are facing threats of illegal activities, such as land grabbing and territorial boundary encroachments
Technologies such as drones facilitates mapping and...
The 6th EU-Africa Business Forum (EABF) begins today (on the 27th of November 2017) roars into life in Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire with an overarching theme ‘Investing in Job Creation for Youth’
In Kenya, in the region of Turkana County, a severe drought is threatening people's livelihoods and livestock. Agricultural production is close to none as the rainy season going from March to June...
Wikifarmer is the greatest user generated online farming library. Its mission is to help all farmers across the globe to find valuable information regarding their existing or potential crops and...
Four new videos on four different areas (mango seedlings, making soumbala from soya beans, sheep & goats, and pumpkins) have been posted on the platform www.accessagriculture.org. They are...
FAO, along with several partners, is involved in the implementation of ICT initiatives in Africa The majority of family farmers in developing countries live rural areas and in most cases don't have...
Ari.farm is a new agricultural app based in Stockholm and designed to bring nomadic Somali livestock farmers into the digital economy. The concept on which the project evolves is called “crowd-...