The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) launched the Hand-in-Hand geospatial platform to help strengthen evidence-based decision-making in the food and agriculture sectors.
Today we launched the #HandinHand Geospatial Platform!
The platform offers large & rich set of data on food, agriculture, socio-economic & natural resources to help strengthen evidence-based decision-making.
— FAO (@FAO) July 21, 2020
The platform has a large and rich set of data on food, agriculture, socioeconomics, and natural resources.
“Geospatial technologies and agricultural data represent an opportunity to find new ways of reducing hunger and poverty through more accessible and integrated data-driven solutions,” said FAO Director-General, QU Dongyu.
This #HandinHand Platform is a great reminder that teamwork makes anything possible! The data has been sourced from FAO & leading public data providers across the @UN & NGOs, academia, private sector & space agencies in an effort to support all stakeholders' initiatives. pic.twitter.com/ku1dj3swsT
— FAO Director-General QU Dongyu (@FAODG) July 21, 2020