Unlocking the power of data ecosystems in agriculture: Enhancing insight and impact

In today’s data-driven world, understanding and leveraging data ecosystems is paramount for organizations aiming to achieve impactful outcomes. This is exemplified by work being carried out through the CABI-led project ‘Enabling FAIR data sharing and responsible data use.’
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CABI conducts workshop in India to help pave the way for better FAIR data processes in agriculture

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CABI, as part of the Enabling FAIR data sharing and responsible data use project, has conducted a workshop in Delhi, India, to help pave the way for better FAIR data processes in agriculture. The project, funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, aims to address responsible FAIR data sharing and improved data management practices,…
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CABI shares expertise in data policy and practice at international data conference in India

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CABI has shared its expertise in data policy and practise at the International Conference on Open and FAIR Data Ecosystem Principles, Policies, and Platforms held in New Delhi, India from 11th – 13th September 2023. Arun Jadhav, Manager – Digital Development, and Akanksha Nagpal, Project Coordinator South Asia, presented at the event – hosted by…
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CABI’s contributions to data-driven decision making in agriculture: Insights from AgroFood 2023

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CABI shared its expertise in digital data and development at the 4th International Conference on Agriculture, Food Security, and Food Safety – AgroFood 2023 – with emphasis on data which adheres to FAIR principles in agricultural projects.
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New initiative aims to transform 50 countries’ agricultural data systems

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Good decisions are fundamental for sustainable agricultural growth, but decisions can only be as good as the evidence that informs them. Low and lower middle-income countries invest nearly one trillion dollars in agriculture every year. However, they often lack the data and evidence needed to guide and inform those investments.
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Bundling agricultural services under the Seeing is Believing project in India

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The Seeing is Believing (SIB) project started in Tamil Nadu (a southern state in India) in May 2019 in partnership with the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) and The M. S. Swaminathan Research Foundation (MSSRF), writes Akanksha Nagpal and Arun Jadhav.
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‘Seeing is Believing’: An innovative concept of bundling agricultural services for the benefit of smallholder farmers

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By Akanksha Nagpal & Arun Jadhav Smallholder farmers in India are increasingly exposed to climate change and extreme weather events. Research on innovative strategies and tools to improve agricultural risk management is the need of the hour. ‘Seeing is believing’, as the phrase goes, underpins the innovative concept of the project entitled ‘Picture Based Insurance…
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