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Biopesticide helps safeguard food crops of 15 million people from desert locusts

Measuring the value of improving data governance and access. Supporting Soil Health Interventions in Ethiopia

A Study of Effects of Village Based Plant Clinic Service in Selected Regions of Ethiopia

The apple snail, Pomacea canaliculata: an evidence note on invasiveness and potential economic impacts for East Africa

Changes in plant health system performance and responsiveness in Ethiopia: Stakeholder perceptions

Enabling data access to support innovation in decision agriculture: soil health, agronomy and fertilizer

Healthy soil is critical to the growth of nutritious food and to farmers’ livelihoods. However, declining soil health is causing low productivity which leads to unstable food security and incomes. National systems can help farmers by sharing data and information on soil health which can then be used to make more informed decisions about agricultural practices, helping farmers produce healthier crops. This project aims to facilitate better data-driven decisions within the investments of Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) Decision Agriculture and the national systems in which the investments operate.