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Apply Now: €2.7 Million West African Digital Agriculture Innovations Grants

By Wayan Vota on June 21, 2021

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West African countries face key climate change challenges, including sustainable use and management of biodiversity, and responsible production and consumption among farming communities.

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Digital technologies offer potential to make it easier and more efficient for farmers and small business owners to adapt to climate change, produce and market their goods and services, and generate greater profits and better environmental stewardship.

2.7 million AGriDI Digital Innovation Grants

AGriDI Grants for Digital Innovations in West Africa will increase identification, adaptation, and use of agri-based digital technologies by farmers, especially women and youth. The grants will enhance agricultural production and marketing though strengthened linkages between research communities, industry, and policy actors, and improved policy environment.

EUR 2.7 million is available for three grant categories:

  • Development and adaptation of innovative digital solutions for improving agricultural productivity
  • Digital Innovations for establishing market linkages for women and youth farmer’s produce
  • Policies for digital innovation, environment, and scaling agri-business innovations

AGriDI will provide competitive EUR 300,000 grants to support the development of tangible digital solutions that address real challenges for smallholder farmers and agribusinesses in the ECOWAS region of West Africa.

Apply Now! Deadline is June 30, 2021

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Wayan Vota co-founded ICTworks. He also co-founded Technology Salon, MERL Tech, ICTforAg, ICT4Djobs, ICT4Drinks, JadedAid, Kurante, OLPC News and a few other things. Opinions expressed here are his own and do not reflect the position of his employer, any of its entities, or any ICTWorks sponsor.
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11 Comments to “Apply Now: €2.7 Million West African Digital Agriculture Innovations Grants”

  1. KOLAMOU Faro Aimé says:

    je veux

  2. AYANG, FERDINAND Daniel says:

    Good work well done.

  3. We bsldi.org, we would like to partner with your organization so that we should implement projects on your behalf after being subgranted. We are much interested in your work. Looking forward to hear from you. Thanks so much as your thinking over it.

    With regards
    Macford chinonga
    Country Director.

  4. Jamal Sessay says:

    Awesome, worth learning more

  5. Tiamiyu moridiyat says:

    Thanks for your concern about the welfare of people globally, however we are interested in the grant, because we are one of those farmer who has collapsed during the pandemic, therefore ,since then every,also people like farmers has been in debt,also private health workers has found it difficult to buy medicine for their patient, farmers are suffering, majority of industry has in debt .We will be glad .

  6. Ezeibekwe Angela Enuma says:

    Awesome, it is worth learning


    Kudos to you for your concern, the covid 19 pandemic has directly affecting our farming please kindly come to our assistance

  8. Offor Clara says:

    Wow awesome, Good work well done

  9. Jonah Markham says:

    Simply excellent!

    These efforts and initiatives are simply brilliant and very timely, In view of the need to improve Agricultural productivity as a means of mitigating the impending looming food scarcity as a result of the increase in the global population
    Indeed, the Development and adaptation of innovative digital solutions is key mitigating food scarcity.
    Kudos to you.
    We hope to apply too.

  10. Apostle Adejumo Matthew Adetayo says:


  11. Angela Onyebuchi Tom says:

    These efforts are highly appreciated. The cost of food stuff is very high now. There is great need for more Agricultural production.