Are you interested in agricultural innovation? If your answer is YES, then you might be interested in TAPipedia, the knowledge sharing hub on agricultural innovation and related topics: https://tapipedia.org.
What is TAPipedia?
Developed as part of the Tropical Agriculture Platform (TAP), a G20-initiative funded by the European Union and facilitated by FAO in support of capacity development for agricultural innovation systems, TAPipedia is a freely accessible website for knowledge and information sharing. TAPipedia was recently enriched with new functionalities, and it currently includes more than 4,200 resources in three UN languages: English, French and Spanish. The repository features capacity development practices, innovation systems analyses, success stories, lessons learned and many other types of resources.
The TAPipedia network
Currently, more than 80 organizations from various fields belong to our network. We welcome participation especially (but not exclusively) from:
- Agricultural research, education, and extension organizations
- Private sector, civil society, farmer organizations
- International organizations
- Development banks and donor organizations
Joining the TAPipedia network
To join the TAPipedia network, all you need to do is register your organization on the platform. Being part of the network gives your organization the opportunity to share its work within a network of renowned experts working in support of agricultural innovation. Registration is very quick, easy, free of charge and does not involve any obligations. You can register your organization's profile here.
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