This webinar, co-presented by the Geospatial Data Community of Practice and the Enabling Crop Analytics at Scale Initiative, present a new two-stage crop production analytics approach to addressing the dual issues of inefficient ground-truth sampling design and inaccurate in-field crop yield measurement methods.
A CGIAR Inspire Challenge Rapid Response Grant project survey of more than 1,000 men and women farmers in Odisha, India finds disparate gender dynamics in demand for and decision-making around agricultural credit.
The Alliance of Bioversity International and CIAT published a first-of-its-kind study about the global divide in data-driven farming.
The Inspire Challenge project, “Seeing is believing,” leverages advances in information and communications technologies and data processing in order to improve insurance services for smallholder farmers.
When it comes to assessing insurance claims on damaged crops, seeing is believing. Which could be key to mitigating negative effects for smallholder farmers as a result of climate change.