• Waterwatch at the World Food Day 2018

    Where does our food come from? Who produces it? Which innovationechnology is used? What about the impact on our planet?We can show you how we contribute everyday at the World Food Day October 13th! Get your free ticket here   In our projects we help solve poverty and end hunger on a daily base. By […]

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  • Waterwatch on Forbes

    Waterwatch Cooperative is featured in an article on Forbes.com. The article ‘With Cloud Computing, Waterwatch Builds A Database To Support 570 Million Farmers Around The World’ describes the motives behind the Waterwatch Cooperative’s foundation, the global vegetation database that they are developing, Crop Disease Alert and their future aspirations. It quotes the chairman of Waterwatch […]

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  • Ad Bastiaansen: Waterwatch in the last five years

    Entrepreneur and trendwatcher Vincent Everts, himself a Waterwatch ambassador, recently interviewed Waterwatch Cooperative Chairman Ad Bastiaansen. In this video, he asks him about the last five years of Waterwatch, its accomplishments and Bastiaansen’s main drive for the business. Everts also spoke with another ambassador of the Waterwatch Cooperative, economist and professor Herman Wijffels. He asks […]

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  • The New Water Productivity Portal Goes Live

    A new version of the portal to monitor Water Productivity through Open access of Remotely sensed derived data (WaPOR) has become available online. WaPOR is a tool developed by a consortium including Waterwatch for the Food and Agricultural Organisation of the United Nations (FAO). The tool uses satellite data to monitor agricultural land and water […]

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  • SAT4Farming Launches to Support Ghana’s Smallholder Cocoa Farmers

    SAT4Farming, an initiative to reach thousands of small-scale cocoa producers with information and services to improve their productivity and sustainability, has launched this week. It is designed to use digital technology and satellite imagery to create individual Farm Development Plans (FDPs) that guide farmers over a seven-year period.  Cocoa is the basic ingredient for chocolate, […]

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  • First steps in Burundi with the GAP4A program

    Waterwatch visited the country of Burundi this week to lay the foundation for the Good Agricultural Practices for All (GAP4A) project, along with AUXFIN, Réseau Burundi 2000+, Weather Impact and Nextview. In Burundi there is a need for useful, accurate and real-time agricultural information in relation to the weather, variety selection, soil fertility management, integrated […]

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  • Summary of Nairobi, Kenya: From Going Back to School, to Space-Solutions

    Last week, Waterwatch Cooperative (WWC) travelled to Nairobi, Kenya to participate in various AgriFood related events and meetings. This summary will provide some of the promising progressions that are made. Embu County On the first day of our visit, we met with the Agricultural Department of Embu County. Agriculture is known to be the backbone […]

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  • Waterwatch Project in Burundi awarded by NSO

    The Netherlands Space Office has selected GAP4A, Good Agricultural Practices For All for funding within the third call of the Geodata for Agriculture and Water (G4AW) Facility. This facility is funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and is aimed at improving food security and economic development in 26 partner countries by using satellite […]

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  • Making impact with Satellites for Farming

    WaterWatch Cooperative along with a number of partners has granted funding Satellites for Farming (SAT4Farming) project that targets 240,000 smallholder cocoa farms in Ghana. The proposal of SAT4Farming is submitted for the third call within the Geodata for Agriculture and Water (G4AW) and is funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs. G4AW that is […]

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  • SAP Innovation Award Winner Regional Choice

    Waterwatch wins the SAP Innovation Award 2018!

    In the Regional Choice category the Waterwatch Crop Disease Alert app has won the SAP Innovation Award 2018!   Every day, smallholder farmers around the world must look out at their fields and make crucial decisions that could drastically affect their livelihoods. The Waterwatch Crop Disease Alert app supports these farmers in their day to […]

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