Strategy

Through the strategic partnership with The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS), and the ARIADNE Foundation, Agroknow is hosting the Data Processing Unit of the AGRIS service  - a global information system collecting and making accessible bibliography on agricultural science and technology.

Agroknow in close collaboration with Michigan State University is developing the knowledge hub for the Global Water Pathogens.

IFOAM EU ( http://www.ifoam-eu.org ) is the European umbrella organisation for Organic Farming in Europe. It advocates for the development and integrity of European organic food and farming. IFOAM EU currently has more than 160 member organisations, including farmers and processors, retailers, certifiers, consultants, traders and researchers to environmental and consumer advocacy bodies.

The Tropical Agriculture Platform (TAP) has been initiated by the G20 to promote agricultural innovation in tropical countries. To achieve this goal, TAP acts as a multilateral and dynamic facilitation mechanism that enables more effective and streamlined capacity development interventions in agricultural innovation systems. TAP was created to focus specifically on capacity development in the Least Developed Countries (LDCs), more than 90% of which are located at least partly within the Tropics.

The GODAN Discussion Paper provides an overview of the way that open data improve the life of those working with agriculture and nutrition, aiming to eliminate food security issues and improve food production. In this context, the Discussion Paper includes a series of 14 use cases showing how open data can be useful in different stages of agriculture, food production and consumption which can also be used as Best Practices by current and future initiatives.

Consulting service for the development of the report “Open Access and Data Management Plan”, based on the CGIAR mandate.

The International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA) is one of the fifteen (15) CGIAR research centers, working with countries in the world’s dry areas.
The Agroknow consulting service focuses on the development of the report “recommendations for Open Access and Data Management Policy”, based on the CGIAR mandate.

Developed in the context of the Global Food Safety Partnership, unique public-private initiative dedicated to improving the safety of food in middle-income and developing countries launched by the World Bank , this service aims to allow people to view information about food safety capacity providers and offerings through an online platform (also viewable on mobile devices).