[OSGeo-Discuss] Fw: Recording of GODAN webinar: " Unlocking the potential of open data to promote Agribusiness for Youths in Africa"
Suchith.Anand at nottingham.ac.uk
Mon Mar 2 23:55:56 PST 2020
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From: godan_cd at dgroups.org <godan_cd at dgroups.org> on behalf of Foteini Zampati
Sent: 02 March 2020 22:57
To: GODAN Capacity Development Working Group
Subject: [godan_cd] Recording of GODAN webinar: " Unlocking the potential of open data to promote Agribusiness for Youths in Africa"
On behalf of the Global Open Data for Agriculture and Nutrition (GODAN) and the Data Rights and Responsible Data Working Group, it is my pleasure to share the recording of our webinar " Unlocking the potential of open data to promote Agribusiness for Youths in Africa", available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BHxJ5MyjCW4
I would like to thank both our speakers Stephen Kalyesubula and Paul Kasoma from YITEDEV for their great and informative presentation and sharing ideas with the community. Thank you to all the participants for the interesting discussions. It is great to see the interest and lot of questions by the participants.
We would like to thank Chipo Msengezi , Chris Addison and all CTA Colleagues for hosting our webinar series. All recordings of our previous webinars are made available at the CTA Youtube channel at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLv8yRTnf9h7j-5SoKRs6lEsdI1EyzM8Cc
I would also like to invite all interested to join GODAN at https:/<https://www.godan.info/pages/thinking-becoming-godan-partner> www.godan.info/pages/thinking-becoming-godan-partner<https://www.godan.info/pages/thinking-becoming-godan-partner>
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