FAO and the Government of Ghana launch an innovative project to enhance e-agriculture systems, aiming to transform agriculture, improve productivity, and provide efficient early warning and advisory services.
E-learning platform congdanso.edu.vn enhances technical/vocational education in Viet Nam. Improves digital, soft, entrepreneurial skills access for low-skilled workers, reaching 13K+ learners., most of them internal women migrants.
WFP’s digital marketplace bridges smallholder farmers with aggregation centers and buyers, giving them an increased chance to earn better prices.
Connect.post aims to connect every post office to the internet by 2030, leveraging the vast postal network to bridge the digital divide, fostering inclusive development in the digital economy.
The blockchain project enhances transparency and traceability in the spice supply chain, benefiting small farmers and promoting a resilient spice sector in India.
In Rwanda, FAO supports youth and women to be the next generation of digitally literate agri-preneurs. Building digital skills and innovation capabilities is part of a broader effort to build enabling environments in agribusiness.
Provides platforms and tools for effective policy, legal and regulatory frameworks to drive inclusive and cross-sectoral collaboration for digital transformation.
Akansha is a CSR matchmaking platform that facilitates collaborations and transparently discloses CSR activities for public-private partnerships in Karnataka.
The ICT Regulatory Tracker is an innovative tool that identifies and monitors changes in ICT regulation, aiding in benchmarking and trend identification for policy makers, and supporting robust sector growth.
UN Women and Pulse Lab Jakarta’s case study showcased how digitalization supports women-owned micro and small businesses coping with COVID-19.
IFAD’s ICT4D programme employed digital technologies in >200 solutions that enhances productivity, market participation, and climate resilience for small producers, and includes a targeted training course.
The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) holds “Digital Financial Services Security Clinics” for emerging economies to provide guidance to developing countries on implementing security recommendations. The Clinics showcase the ITU DFS security lab and share knowledge with regulators and Central Banks on mitigating threats and vulnerabilities which can impact the security of digital financial services.
The Asia-Pacific Information Superhighway (APIS) aims to bridge the digital divide with digital connectivity and inclusivity, fostering a robust digital economy and society across the region.
ITIO offers a GIS platform hosting data on transport infrastructure networks, promoting regional cooperation and acting as a virtual marketplace for financing transport.
Elevating tourism industry actors’ skills with UNWTO’s Digital Futures Programme, harnessing the power of emerging technologies for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to shape a competitive, sustainable future.
FUT-Tourism bolsters tourism-focused MSMEs impacted by COVID-19, propelling digital transformation, gender equality, job creation, and economic diversification through a ‘Blue Economy for Green Islands’ model.
UNWTO’s Online Academy: Transforming the tourism industry with accessible, innovative and sustainable e-learning, reaching professionals across 150+ countries.
The eTIR system enables paperless customs transit, facilitating secure and efficient movement of goods across borders, with plans to expand connectivity to more countries.