Key learnings from the G4AW programme

Since 2013, the G4AW programme has been supporting 25 partnerships in 15 countries in Africa and SE Asia that have taken up the challenge to develop digital solutions, using satellite and geodata to improve food and income security at food producer level. The major lessons learned from the last 7 years are summarized in the retrospective: Space for Food Security: Stimulating smallholders' access to emerging AgTech and FinTech markets (Part 1: Users and Services) , which was presented at a webinar held together with IFAD, NpM Platform for Inclusive Finance and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands on Tuesday, March 30.

At the meeting NpM shared their latest publication 'Geodata for AgTech and FinTech, what have we learned'. For his publication they conducted research on the use of geodata to develop financial services to smallholder farmers. The aim of the report is to increase impact investor engagement through the example of six selected projects.

As part the webinar two entrepreneurs pitched the services that they developed as part of the G4AW programme. Click the links underneath to view their presentation.

AUXFIN (GAP4A); Building an ecosystem of eServices (Download presentation)

SIPINDO (SMARTseeds); Social Enterprise (Download presentation)