May 28-30, 2024

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May 28-30, 2024

ICTforAg 2022

ICTforAg 2022 was held virtually globally from 9-10 March 2022.

The event was sponsored by Feed the Future and the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) through the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, and implemented by DAI and Intellecap.


This social session at ICTforAg 2022,co-created by FAO showcased stories on the impact of digital technologies on smallholder farmers, youth and women in the field from Rwanda and Zimbabwe.
This session at ICTforAg 2022 co-created by Hand in Hand looked at practical, local solutions to enable the better delivery of digital programs so that low income women farmers can access the global digital economy.
This session at ICTforAg 2022, co-created by GIZ and KSAPA, discussed how digital solutions and carbon finance can be used to enable smallholders to transition to regenerative agriculture and benefit from global carbon markets.
This session at ICTforAg 2022, co-created by IDH - The Sustainable Trade Initiative, dove into how regenerative agriculture at scale has the potential to increase soil carbon, biodiversity, and climate resilience, and is an essential strategy to achieve net-zero commitments.
The Opening Plenary session at ICTforAg 2022 showed how the conference offers an interactive virtual experience focused on technical dialogue and fostering collaboration across the digital agriculture community, and how organizations like USAID and GIZ are promoting digital agriculture.
This session at ICTforAg 2022 co-created by Grameen Foundation, facilitated a deep dialogue on how we can catalyze the adoption of Digital Agricultural Services by women, and work to empower not only women but their communities as well-
This session at ICTforAg 2022 co-created by Development Gateway and DevelopMetrics focused on ways machine learning can support decision-makers better plan investments and projects to improve outcomes, measure impact and reach goals.
This session at ICTforAg 2022 co-created by Bayer Crop Science explored how multi-stakeholder partnerships can help scale digital agriculture and combat climate change.
This session at ICTforAg 2022 co-created by DAI showcased Climate TARP (Tool to Assess Risk and Preparedness): a digital tool that provides a balanced approach to climate-related financial risk and preparedness analysis.

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