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The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA) and the e-Agriculture Community of Practice (COP) are launching a call for good and promising practices on the use of ICTs for Agriculture. The call aims at collecting lessons learned and recommendations of ICT for agriculture initiatives around the world and sharing them among the members and followers of the e-Agriculture Community of Practice and beyond.

In order to support the capacity development of participants on the methodology of documenting good and promising practices through experience capitalization a webinar will be organized to provide the members of the COP and other participants in the call with the necessary tools and methodology. The webinar will be delivered in three languages (English/Spanish/French).

Members of the Community of Practice and participants in the call have the opportunity to ask questions and request methodological support via this dedicated forum page.  On this page you can ask questions to the specialists from FAO and CTA on how to use experience capitalization and on how to document your ICT for agriculture experience as a good or promising practice. In order to enter the discussion you need to register and login and click on the language of your choice at the bottom of this page.

The forum discussion is ongoing from 26th of April till the 31st of June 2017.

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Forum de discussion sur la capitalisation des expériences et les bonnes pratiques ou pratiques prometteuses sur l'utilisation des TIC pour l'agriculture 

L'Organisation pour l'alimentation et l'agriculture des Nations Unies (FAO), le Centre technique de coopération agricole et rurale (CTA) et  la communauté de pratique (COP) e-Agriculture lancent un appel à propositions de bonnes pratiques et pratiques prometteuses sur l'utilisation des TIC pour agriculture. L'appel vise à collecter des leçons apprises et des recommandations d’initiatives à travers le monde et de les partager avec les membres de la communauté de pratique e-Agriculture et même au-delà. 

Afin de soutenir le développement des capacités des participants sur la méthodologie de documentation des bonnes pratiques et des pratiques prometteuses, un webinaire sera organisé sur la capitalisation des expériences afin de fournir aux membres de la communauté et d'autres participants les outils nécessaires et  la méthodologie. Le webinaire sera livré en trois langues (anglais/ espagnol/ français). 

Les membres de la communauté de pratique et les autres participant ont la possibilité de poser des questions et de demander un soutien méthodologique à travers cette page de discussion en ligne. Sur cette page vous pouvez poser des questions aux spécialistes de la FAO et du CTA sur la capitalisation des expériences et sur la méthodologie des bonnes pratiques à utiliser afin de documenter votre expérience comme une bonne pratique ou une pratique prometteuse. Pour entrer dans la discussion, vous devez vous enregistrer et ouvrir une session et cliquer sur la langue de discussion de votre choix en bas de cette page. 

La discussion sera ouverte du 26 Avril au 31 Juin 2017.

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Foro de discusión sobre la capitalización de experiencias y las buenas prácticas y prcticas promisorias en el uso de las TICs para la agricultura

La Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Agricultura y la Alimentación (FAO), el Centro para la Cooperación Agrícola y Rural (CTA) y la comunidad e-Agriculture están buscando casos que muestren buenas prácticas y prácticas promisorias en el uso de TICs para la agricultura. Esta llamada busca identificar lecciones y recomendaciones que resulten de aquellas iniciativas de uso de las TICs para la agricultura en diferentes partes del mundo, y compartirlas entre los miembros y seguidores de la comunidad e-Agriculture.

Se organizará una conferencia electrónica/webinar sobre la capitalización de experiencias y la identificación de buenas prácticas para mostrar las herramientas y la metodología a los miembros de esta comunidad. Esta conferencia tendrá lugar por separado en tres idiomas (inglés, francés, español).

Los participantes podrán solicitar apoyo metodológico a través esta pagina de discusión en línea. En esta pagina pueden hacer preguntas a los especialistas de la FAO y CTA sobre como usar la capitalización de experiencias para documentar mejor su buena practica o practica promisoria en el uso de las TIC para la agricultura. Para poder entrar en la discusión debes registrarte y ingresar con tu perfil. Después haces clic en el enlace con el idioma de tu elección en la parte inferior de esta pagina.

La discusión será abierta desde el 26 de abril hasta el 31 de junio. 

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The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) in partnership with the Global Data on Agriculture and Nutrition (GODAN); Global Forum on Agricultural Research (GFAR); the Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA) and the World Bank are inviting interested individuals to participate on the upcoming forum discussion to be held on e-agriculture platform. The forum is summarised below

Details of the forum

Title e-Forum on ICTs and Open Data in Agriculture and Nutrition
Provisional Dates 12th June to 7th July 2017
Location  Online at http://www.e-agriculture.org/participate-forum 
Target audience Anyone interested in the topic

The purpose 

The purpose of this discussion is to explore how information communication technologies (ICTs) can be used in facilitating the fair use of open data in agriculture and nutrition by farmers in general and especially by the more vulnerable among them such as family farmers, rural women and the youth engaged in farming as a livelihood. 

The context 

Most abject poverty in the world is concentrated in rural communitiesin developing countries and within them in small, family farmers. Technology is now opening up many new opportunities to improve the livelihoods of these farmers.

The use of Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) have been demonstrated to effectively connect many family farmers to the much needed extension and advisory support as well as access to market related information.

ICTs also promise to improve farm level decision making, maximise the use of farm resources, improve the quality and safety of farm produce and to improve financial, and logistical services for farmers to market their produce.Increasing the availability and accessibility of data through ICTs and enabling their effective use, could also offer even more benefits for smallholder farmers and rural communities through more precise agriculture and market chain management of their produce.

Accessibility of open agricultural data has shown to be beneficial to farmers. For example, openly available weather data provide farmers with early warnings against adverse farming conditions; allows for precautions which include advice and warning for crop protection and also help in monitoring irrigation and in planning for adapting to adverse effects of climate change.

Making data more open, easily available and accessible on the whole accelerates innovation and generates economic and social capital. However, more open data can also harm and bring losses to some within a community, especially those who are econmically, politically, socially and technologically weak and less powerful.

This online debate on the e-Agriculture platform will explore the cross roads between ICTs and issues around opening data in Agriculture and Nutrition and its effective use, with a focus on establishing what benefits and possible losses, can accrue to farmers, especially small holder family farmers in developing countries, if technology and open data are used conjunctively

Participation

To participate in any forums on e-Agriculture, you will need to be a registered member of the e-Agriculture Community. To do so register to e-Agriculture.

Participation is open to those who are registered users and have subscribed to a forum discussion.

 

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