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Inclusive Digital Agriculture

This report provides evidence of the barriers facing farmers with disabilities in the agricultural value chain in low and middle-income countries, and explores opportunities to support disability inclusion in agriculture through digital tools including digital financial services.

Making value chains work for farmers with disabilities
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COVID-19: Accelerating the Use of Digital Agriculture

This report provides insights on the adoption of digital agriculture and how it can be accelerated in light of the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Digital Innovation for Climate-Resilient Agriculture

This study outlines how data and other mobile network operator assets can be used to enable or improve digital climate resilience services, and identify opportunities for operators to generate revenues.

Using rainfall data from mobile networks for localized and scalable services
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2021 State of the Industry Report on Mobile Money

This annual flagship report provides supply-side data and insights from the mobile money industry. 

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Digital Agriculture Maps

Digital Agriculture Maps report helps industry practitioners and potential investors understand key trends and emerging opportunities in the sector. It encourages innovation and adoption of best practices to support scalable and sustainable services.

2020 state of the sector in low and middle-income countries
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Digital Credit Scoring for Farmers

Opportunities for agritech companies in Myanmar
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The GSMA AgriTech Toolkit for the Digitisation of Agricultural Value Chains

Addressing pain points for farmers and value chain actors through digital technologies
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Agricultural Insurance for Smallholder Farmers

Digital innovations for scale
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The Value of Pay-As-You-Go Solar for Mobile Operators

Findings from multi-country, multi-operator study in Africa
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Mobile Money Recommendations to Central Banks in Response to COVID-19

How then can regulators ensure that measures taken during the pandemic do not impair the long-term sustainability of mobile money business?

How then can regulators ensure that measures taken during the pandemic do not impair the long-term sustainability of mobile money?