Robust and reliable agricultural data is essential for countries to develop targeted policies for sustainable food production and economic growth. But many low- and lower middle-income countries are often unable to produce and use this kind of data.
The papers cover the Initiative’s innovative approaches to a range of issues, from data collection, to modelling, to technical and financial assistance, and more. As well as providing insights into the successes and challenges to date, they also contribute to critical discussions on the production and use of agricultural data for impact.
Zezza A, Gourlay S, and Molini V.
Villarino MEJ, Buenaseda-Tejada MG, and Patterson SE.
Bolliger F, Bako D, Brunelli C, Georgieva N, Koudelka K, Missiroli S, and Pare L.
Bako D, D’Orazio M, Missiroli S, Ssennono VF, Brunelli C, Kilic T, Ponzini G, and Bolliger F.
Brunelli C, and Gourlay S.
Rühl D, Tiberti M, Mendez-Gomez-Humaran I, and Cachia F.
Ponzini G, Baryahirwa S, Brunelli C, Ilukor J, Kilic T, Mugabe S, Mupere A, Okello P, Oumo F, and Ssennono V.
Winters P, Hogue E, Steiner M, Keramati C, Rokhideh M, and Eissler S.