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Inclusive Digital Design Toolkit: Practical guidance for Feed the Future activities

A design toolkit for USAID staff on how to design inclusive digital technology interventions, written for work on global hunger but applicable in many other contexts.

Meals on Wheels Charlottesville/Albermarle

This [2023 Webby Award nominated] app allows current Meals on Wheels volunteers in the Charlottesville/Albemarle area to easily see their assigned routes, view customer stops, and navigate to each customer on the route.

CS Fund Just Transitions

CS Fund is launching a new funding program on Just Transitions to advance social and ecological justice for a future grounded in justice, joy, belonging, and liberation for all beings.

WFP Innovation Challenge

We’ve launched the latest WFP Innovation Challenge in search of game-changing innovations addressing the Global Food Crisis.

Forage Payments

Forage Payments

San Francisco

Forage is a USDA approved third-party payment processor (TPP) and a PIN provider that authenticates and processes EBT transactions.

Google Find Food Support

"Google is working with non-profit groups like No Kid Hungry and FoodFinder, as well as the US Department of Agriculture, to aggregate 90,000 locations with free food support across all 50 states — with more locations to come." - Andrew J. Hawkins

Climate Modeling in Colombia

Climate Modeling in Colombia

Ministerio de Agricultura y Desarrollo Rural, Avenida Jimenez De Quesada, Bogota, Colombia

In a cross-sector partnership led by the International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT) and the Colombian Ministry of Agriculture, The Clima y Sector Agropecuario Colombiano (Colombian Climate and Agricultural Sector; CSAC) provides meteorological data to farmers along with data on the economics and agronomy of rice cultivation.

Intel's Big Data for Precision Farming

Intel's Big Data for Precision Farming

University of California, Davis, Shields Avenue, CA, USA

Intel is working with University of California, Davis, to perfect irrigation techniques by placing sensors in crops and other strategic areas to monitor soil and air moisture levels.

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