The objectives of the session will be to Review two key initiatives using data-smart agriculture to support decision-making.
How can international organizations and development partners evaluate the agricultural interventions that can transform the lives and incomes of the world’s poorest farmers, while preserving the environment? How can we produce high-quality and timely agricultural data and make evidence-based decision-making in agriculture the norm?
Two initiatives, namely Ceres2030 and 50x2030, aim to build a stronger capacity to produce, analyse, interpret, and apply data to decisions in the agricultural sector, and provide the infrastructure to build evidence-informed policies for rural development and food security.
How do such tools support decision-making? How will they support the global efforts to food systems transformation?