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Nourishing Our Communities – Rural and Urban Platforms for Food Innovation

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we're going to talk about food and agriculture and we're going to talk about sustainable technological solutions to well to small-scale farming all around the world and that's because an activists and experts from Indonesia Senegal at European Germany it's tells a bit about the subject so we arrive at our copper that was a polymer is got
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stages deserve FIL so yeah thank you so much so good afternoon everybody 1st
I'd like to introduce myself my name is here and so here I come from Mexico and I'm very honored to the such at this session which is called nourishing our communities rural and urban platforms for food innovation of I consider myself a social entrepreneur environment activist and and produces I am and operations manager for future furniture program as part of the innovation factory in my country Mexico innovation Factory is a program commissioned by the Ministry of the Economic Cooperation and Development of Germany B and C and is run by the German Agency for Cooperation and Development the GAZ end EDUs this program seeks to provide a space for thinking and acting outside the box in the field of international cooperation my work with innovation factory is focus on generating sustainable approaches to engage local communities in nature conservation projects so about the session we will be presenting could create examples about how ICT tools are helping to bridge urban and rural communities in order to collaboratively develop technological solutions have for small scale farmers in Senegal Ethiopia Indonesia and also here in Germany all of these projects work in the field of road development in agriculture and focused on how technology can benefit small farmers in the local context are also all of these projects are part of the innovation factory which I just mentioned and all of these projects have a human-centered design approach that has been used for the development of that at the initiatives and have the support of the Organization ice bauhaus here in Germany I'm so the style of presentation we will invite the guests 1 by 1 and they will provide however a minute more this presentation of their their projects and then they will join us here at the front and then in the end we will open up for questions from all of you so our 1st I will introduce good stuff eddie mantis kind that he is from Indonesia he is cofounder of the common room network Foundation an open platform for art
and culture ICT and media common room and is also known as the urban slashed rule platform for creativity and innovation this might villages project that was devil cent here has been developed by the common room networks Foundation in collaboration with that mountain village of concept 1 chip Talegalla this unique ethnic community of West Java maintained self-sufficiency through a complex system of cultural practices inherited new generations together with common room they now experiment prototype how to best adapt modern technologies to preserve local cultural knowledge while also improving income to preserve local up for the communities excuse me it basic infrastructure of open source data centers powered by autonomous small scale renewable energy solution enables the community to collaboratively and
objectively map their geographical territory so welcomed was OK
a however 1 I would like to share some of my experience working with my friends at the passive 1 Butler the each using ICT and integrates indigenous knowledge with the science and the of new technology so there to give you a a location time working in a band on his somewhere west western part of Java while we also operates some small see the project insuperable into Butler is around 12 hour by the up in the
uh the forest of someone coming when the
mundane so the filet itself is officially established in the 68 but through some research and the common of and some findings we somehow convinced that the existence of this communities long sorry there for long periods of time and it's consists of more than 600 each this that would simply municipalities that are on the so the thousand people
that are part of this community and I know what is quite interesting about this communities that they strongly that this ancestral of traditional on farming particularly on rice culture deviations
so what we are doing of fuel of all when you break it you know the 1st part about the book by being sigh of status we establish the meaning center for knowledge for
indigenous knowledge management that are accessible not only for the people because mostly on the knowledge productions in the the latest rely on the on our continent additions and we want to make sure that this knowledge is also accessible not only for them by the people in the cities but also for by doing all the people in the what where in in general
but after we a continue and and we feel that we also have to improve the local ICT infrastructure and then we try to do the media as are most video streaming and so on and
so on to make sure that there are more pools fluxes local knowledge of by other people so people can learn and then a ship that knowledge the 2 of the community but then we have another chance we somehow realize that the electricity is unstable because always source of in the the latest
mostly rely on a micro hydro that out of a poorly put in in the political condition and then we feel that we need to back up this son
of a local infrastructure by renewable energy and then we do experimentations on local of solar panel by the end of December 2016
so as part of our approach to the like informations knowledge and also throughout the map with multidisciplinary uh
collaborations with other people we have a meeting that involves some rivers from the village the 2 sort of the latest team with the some elders all of our Governments and some people from then on nonprofit organizations and emissions and so on so we do all workshop and then we discuss a given what is best so that preserves the knowledge and also that the support but if open processing riders and this is the recommendation from the meeting uh we there are
some cross-cutting issues so the 1st is about environment of affections and the 2nd is because of of region uh and and ICT infrastructure and further noble energies and also local economic and involvement in life you movements during that meeting we also on that facilitate the formation the unit members that conscious Oscars
1 2 but rather village common room initiated the watch the universe over the year
and and also of other parties than in false and then the networks now is growing so some government agencies
also started to a part of the 5 and it works and this is 1 of example of the global investing project that
we do we try to reach indigenous and scientific knowledge store the
dissipative cultural space mapping and because we feel that the most important thing is to through to the mole clearer where is the location
and what kind of things and from that find information about consistent Adria so 1 thing that we learned from this and In contrast based mapping is that you will of the modern tools who we we use of GPS thanking devices right but people in gossip went above others actually already practicing the mapping vectors and a very long time so this is 1 of examples of doing the mapping the proposed by the 4th of elders lead us through the use of prey and altering who the spirits in the forest
so in each locations that with die he did the
same thing so all this 1 interesting combinations how more than the global these also enhanced this ancestral away off mapping and uh and collecting knowledge for something obvious which is formed for for me this is quite a new experience and somehow it so I'll see you so with that in our regulations because of during the breeding and offering the ancestor spirit in the forest he also ask the Member also the to deal their
witness on what happens on that date so use some some somehow something happens in the future we have a
lot of people use witness that this idea is belongs to leaning is people office appointed by the the so this is the result of the mapping of the initial mapping consists around in in that red uh of lines we do map around 3 of thousand hectares of monsoon around 20 days and then we also map the the lineage this is the order of
of forest zone in the area and we also do the map of
hydrogen higher hydrological Annalisa's to see the resources the
and supporting the local disarming activities in the region and then we
also collecting that as what this sport industry is that the people in just wonderful also have their
own way of Sancho's so we try to collect the debt by and we see that for example in 2005 you will see our of an increasing number of fries form actions and we tried to compare that that by with the weapon of condition in in the and we realize that in that year respectively the peak of El Niño red lot of areas in in the shadow field toward product of the
world was rights but somehow the local knowledge in disappointed by black this
can deal with this new climate conditions which is
for us this there is also a Mississippi to learn and understand and research more about the knowledge how the this knowledge can actually deal with this climate conditions so
contrasting conclusions of mapping is that we are somehow realize that even though
down a lot of attentions in a few minutes we also realize that the the carrying capacity of environment and that's 1 2 but there's also already knew itself the new separation level because of population growth and the high order from 1 process in surrounding
areas and 1 thing that is also quite important is that we we we feel that as of 1 2 but that will be suitable to become example 1st monthly this Romans and integrate environmental protections and other issues and the we also feel that we need cool uh has a deeper study on Mars consonant with deficiencies system and somehow this initiative is also important for the slope of global
challenges including the local
climate change and fulfillment of sustainable development goes agenda so this is the building blocks of that we are trying to this local you can see that this month to this Lokman and indigenous knowledge management is a you know a half of the whole things and we try to connect different ideas and the other a different group of people some agencies to stop the now standard tools help us in our setting up this project like for example the to continue the cultural space mapping now we
have 1st part the talk with Indonesian agency for a new special informations to enlarge the mapping areas and for the local ICT infrastructure we collaborate with Jay-Z and memorize Mulhouse our in what of inefficient for and there are also some of the discussions to initiate 3 when the the project in the area also to implement this must be the initiatives and so
on and so on so that the local economy empowerment we have plans to do all 4 of under-resourced and this is some of the examples of reduction from that the obvious a wild of half and of the and also having a sugar productions for this framework informations we already have the capacity around and bond so weak bombings deciding sugar and is out of out the production is also important because it helps us to protect the forests soul I think that's
all and we can discuss more about this later on for thank you we conclude with stuff
few it's so next we have our about she from Senegal in West Africa she's cofounder and CEO of solid to digital platform that enables women in agriculture to have access to the market she is also a founding many the of yes I'll at recalled and Agra business that cover an organization created by 22 young Senegalese activists from different professional backgrounds that seek to establish a platform for collaboration around Agra business in organic food production yes Idaho up partners with local universities and G and FabLabs to provide a permaculture experiment of gotten a coworking and event space any protecting lab the general aim is to awaken local used to to great emergent businesses and employment opportunities within the agriculture sector through the use of modern digital technologies welcome our few
the group to group good morning
thank you even so I raised up my presentation by against sharing
the story of how we start this abbey ticket and wine in 2014 as 2 wheels after my on difference degree I don't an e-commerce platform to enable women to act as a market because of learned come designs I had the idea to add value to agriculture in my uh region and actually will I was not the only 1 who have money is easy achieve on as agriculture he's Abdoulaye he's also working on st agriculture and livestock and he's
not a development he there and I will be amazed and that got a blog where he shared and knowledge on agriculture and in the same year we've met uh and Italian women who homecomings and I got to start a research on it legislation on ice in agriculture and then we get together and we discover that you we will feel
entrepreneur will working on as in agriculture is an Senegal and we
so that we have a lot of that of challenges in Senegal 70 % of the provision of working on agriculture and we still have a lake of low productivity and we don't have access to information and now so we don't have access to the evaluation and the land and the 2nd reason was that and we use we have word which weight all for an extra
disease and they got an unknown there and I'll play meant to ease up to 2 per cent in synagogue and so you leave will only up to go to the town to search for and in certain job on opportunities and they need a locus of support but they don't have opportunities on agriculture and also a technological schemes so we
decided together to cope with this and to come up with an idea to bridge the knowledge gap by increasing uh attraction of training for use in agriculture through as enable agriculture and entrepreneurship and we come up
with an idea of how to create a network of use of medicine agriculture and we call it yes values that is 1 of water and it's better for innovation so we create is an
angry and it's the 1st undertake have to empower users and farmers in synagogue living in down and an integral aria through social entrepreneurship sustainable agriculture and actually an ICT activities
and when we study this they can we
decided to have 3 main activities the first one is a tool as link Huels with bottles and invest on so that they can have uh job opportunities and funding and this 2nd 1 is that we want to develop an effective solution on us the enable
agriculture by doing practical as training on agriculture and we also want to sensitize and
to facilitate knowledge sharing by doing a tiny budget that training on ICT in agriculture and he sees the space
that we viewed through the Innovation factory
a program and then it's own
space made by recycled material and that this is the place where we gather to have to training and we also have a garden where users can do practical and so training on agriculture and just in 2 years
and years I'll have somehow impacts in you life
because of what we have here a Delbruck he's a a you know a guy who was working on agriculture but you never know
really how to involve users in
his community so by just our working with as by being involved in many trainees in the yes idea he decided to create an association in his of committees in the cells of the gods and the he fight against illegal immigration by grating training on agriculture so that he was gonna say in their community and have the opportunities and jobs I have also this
story this is bound that he's an IT present here the think about working on
agriculture and by things to give an idea of the study in his company a the marketing and project for farmers and agricultural projects and this year he got a contract with a you
in organization working on agriculture I have also another story but this is false 1 he of souls
started agreed space development project in his committee and this year he got 1800 the revenue you of of a new and just by setting up these green
states and development project and
he got these ideas to is a library the last 1 is a Amadou he's living in rural earlier and he
decided to create a web and mobile phone to provide I motorbike in and that is a is a disease for farmers and last
November he got a funding so we have a library of because he got the information and most of the time uh if for the for francophone countries don't have information about competition or lessen agriculture and by being involved in years ago we got this funding and now he's continue to scan this business so
deceived the own results that we have
just by creating a strong network of Houston
St and agriculture and so we were just fall at the beginning but now we have uh and network of 30 members while really involved in this community and we have a database of 6 top 500 use and of OWL perspective is to create a holiday what is going on so that all these users can really have information about job opportunities invest in agriculture and we can really overcome all the challenges that we see at the beginning soul thank you and if you have questions at the end and you the really happy to answer thank you
thank you so much our and so next we have the that
what's he's from fiber year in Germany and he is director of other out in a small research organization focused on the topic of food and farming culture of mountain is focused on researching different aspects of how we can eat more locally and fair specifically in the way food is produced and distributed Peters work especially looking at considered as consumers slashed producer relations access to land and regional logistics I could about that also works in sharing their message and results different events films and that great of culture festival that takes place in hot fiber in July every year the program presented here is focused on other out inscribed initiative that supports a wide variety of popular movements and activist groups such as urban farming community supported agriculture permaculture Transition Towns etc. that have sprung out in recent years in order to develop alternative forms of agriculture in opposition to the prevailing industrial paradigm these groups find and self create their own open source technologies to make their small-scale farming initiatives in Germany both economically competitive and sustainable in the long term so think appear
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hello good afternoon I'd like to presented ideas that we have developed basically um let me start was on the challenge the problem we have and of course the issue of industrial ever agriculture dominating our food system it's said as the brawl provoked a lot of reaction I would say that people say we are not happy with the way we each with the way agriculture is being conducted so we want to develop alternatives since several decades that has been going on but just recently there was
Armstrong push in that direction form
all peasant agriculture for local agriculture organic agriculture + + + and this is a picture here from Berlin and from quite back where basically there's a it's a symbol of some this the industrial agriculture was once
on tools currently this big discussion about Monsanto about the seeds um and by them uniting market concentration you all these other social activists
fighting these and they say well we're not gonna get a dragged down by you so i don't wanna go too much into the problems because I think they're pretty aware
also if we compare for instance and what is happening in Germany in the export orientation what happens was off would destroying small farmers abroad all these issues so OK it's good to be against something but then the harder it is OK you have to really develop feasible opportunities to establish different systems and we're talking really about different systems and and so what we did basically from all on
experience working with a wide number of um initiatives in a working in this field and that we want to establish
basically the need of technology for Oberoi ecological farming to develop the technologies that support
small-scale farming that's who'd low-tech solutions that suit people want to some not so that we produce in the supermarket but I want to have other direct communication because loss and I'm talking as a social scientists also for us that the gap between the producer and consumer is a major issue nobody know where the food come from so you'd gone not really bother you know you go for the cheapest food for instance that's the problem we have in Germany so what we do is we
come we are in this process of developing and assessing the need then creating communication structures for sharing technological demands and ideas and most importantly we address this in an open source approach because I mean the the question of seeds for instance
open-pollinated seeds it's very much linked to the question of open source technology also nobody owns it it can be developed together in a community spirit and then so we're starting at the
moment to do this and our ideas to get moving and and start this process in the whole
of Germany and I give you some examples here because it's very difficult to comprehend and we have some examples where they're really these people who develop technologies that don't
cost a lot you can reproduce it you will find even the instructions how to produce it and these technologies
they can make life so much easier on various levels because I show you the list of stakeholders were involved it's a wide array of people but these technologies and every farmer would confirm it can save you
so much time and uh that is the thing that farmers like they don't have time and this new approach of having more consumer producer relationships it
requires time also I don't know if you with some of the people he also familiar was and community-supported agriculture is sonidos for just these kind of issues it's a different approach to agriculture but nonetheless the challenges like logistics of them
logistics was by instead of and castle the ships on and so on we have some examples here from viable color cargo really amazing these are much faster transporting things in the city of viable and cosmic and it's your training drill and marketing all these other respects that data and we are working on the basically the and we have even the issue of horses
how you can use horses these are technologies they seem to be all their old and outdated I think it's the contrary this is the future of agricultural but there's not 1 solution there are many solutions but we have to work on them collectively to spread them and also to improve them through the community and then of
course then the question is so what are the benefits I think it's I hope it's pretty obvious from all experience what we know already we have a
lot of feedback that some people are very happy to have this exchange we started to put a program together we have here the farmers union the about the minds of and of we have training centers of permaculture the ones using network in Germany of an agriculture permaculture urban gardening halls Farming Association of Germany and so on sustainable solid technology and the Transition
Town movement so all of these are potentially included and the process or starting and also I wanted to say if you wanna see some of these
tools you should come to visit all to vessel I brought some flyers here it's far away win 5 or the other side of the
country but very interesting also because they are for instance we have the of French friends from logical based on all and from ontology based on
basically they show what they're doing in France like in many aspects the French are much more developed than in the social are equipped I role in ecological innovations and and it really makes a difference if you see these kind of technologies very interesting there are some
real freaks at work there you know that's OK so um I think for now I will stop and I'm interested to
hear your feedback I'm also interested of course to have a stronger exchange was that the the ICT community basically and sometimes I feel there's a bit of a gap between the technologies smartphone and people and then the farmers and a lot of farmers who hates uh these kind of computers and so on especially after a long day of work on the field but there's an OK it's all about bridges so that's what we're trying to do and to them I hope we can bridge that bridges together thank you a
few thank you incubator and so next we have you Miss Ratched that this or yeah me she's from
Ethiopia in Atlanta USA a he works in partnership uh as partnership manager of ice out as an innovation hub and others of our Ethiopia she will be presenting a start a project called money or honey that seeks to partner agriculture experts in southern Ethiopia to explore the potentials of improving the beekeeping and honey production sector by applying a design thinking disciplinary methodology in close cooperation with the actual small-scale farming communities in the region the result is an active broad stakeholder network including government academic and NGO and private sector partners and an impending start a business ideas involving a locally accessible crowd invested platform for Ethiopian organic honey welcome you mean
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the library and good afternoon I just wanna start by asking how many of you have had a cup of coffee today to great and they might have conducted gives it away but who do you think you know it when you think of it comes from what's the written country our God you know it felt that the 2nd shot guys they
via and so against everybody or most of you know that I cover come from Ethiopia but little is known we and bad a honey is also and there's a big player in and there all content contest of um produce production levels so and the coffees Top uh in the world for each appear and we're in the top
10 actually for honey um en where actually the number 1 product for users in in Africa that little is known about that but that doesn't really mean that were actually meeting uh there are potential of production in honey and beekeeping as you currently were producing about 40 thousand tons a year where we could actually go up to 500 thousand tons and imagine know what that could actually do for the economy and for the real world and and
for the reliance lights any and 1 . 8 4 billion potential dollars could go a
long ways in in education and health care and so forth and so that's what we're that was that's what got us a on this track of and apiculture so we wanted to to know
who is producing this 40 thousand tons a year and from the 60 million farmers engaged not culture about 18 per cent of them actually and engaged in beekeeping and so we wanted to focus on those 1st angry and allow them to reach their potential before we moved on
to the rest of the crowd so why are the 18 cent not quite producing a so in Ethiopia there are 10 million bee colonies and from them 7 . 5 million of them are actually housed in traditional and hides in about 2 million of them are in no wild beasts and the rest goes to the modern beehives and transitional beehives are solution was a Micro investment platform to engage with the transition that traditional beekeepers into modern beekeeping through are Michael investment platform quarreled called money or honey
and that any my means and my honey and that's our honey brand that is and within or start up money or money so
how does it actually work and why did we needed money money you'll you'll understand soon enough so I am apple and you will choose your investment you don't really have that many choices right now you choose a beehive and their and
but what uh what differentiates us from everybody else that really tries to get into apiculture and help farmers by diversifying their incomes through beekeeping usually happens is you just give a beehive and then you say OK where's my money at the end but what we are trying to do is when you invest in a hive we actually fulfill all of the inputs are going to it and it was also a learning process for us because we thought 0 great we give that that's why we even had the queen excluded we just thought you will have a
high and then we'll give a clinics to the and all is well but there's so many more impossible into it actually and then a small holder farmer cannot produce and then later when you come in
you said I give you a good hive and then give me quality money doesn't really work like that so that's what differentiates us and that's what you should invest in or why we say ah investors should use are platform and what happens next so we you choose your
area and each of its very beginning compared to Germany actually and then is also very diverse so that is going to be here and so what is so right now in the southern part of Ethiopia and it's all 1 to the next and
it's as you can see it's very large beautiful
actually again that means paradise in America widely spoken language there and so you choose your area and the next 5 years we hope to expand throughout the country the for now we're sticking around to this area and we kind of actually gone and you see 1 event but then man is a town close by where all the rest of our eyes are there
so we have that kind of this kind of small expansion the baton so where beekeepers there
too so we have a different roster brown eye so the out and so I see you guys understand their answers or interested in African farmer and the smaller the farmers then you would have a profile beekeeper profile where you choose and so you can talk about them who exactly is producing and like Peter was saying it's very important to know who actually producing
what you're consuming as so as for example jello size 1 of our our farmers said she's been around and keeping
the traditional be given for a while so you can do that and then you will choose your return which part brings us to our money our money and a concept so once you invest in a hive and there is the this 3 to 4 harvest a year in Ethiopia so each harvest season you will be able to get in you mn your money out through our honey Brando or from the sales of that or you get the money which you will share with the farmer and ideas that after every harvest you will keep that half the money and if he chooses to he can sell the money for us and then will have value added through our honey brand and then we can provide for those who choose the money option we can provide them money and then also you can just assume it himself if he wants to do and then after a certain and after 2 or
3 years so we need he would also be able to keep all of them pose for himself and he doesn't have to
share with anybody I so in the meantime in in between harvests you also able to add follow your investments so what's happening in that area so we don't want you to just like give money and go way you we wanna be able to show you OK what's happening in the region and what is flowering has a beekeeper doing so we want
to have have sense of dialog and verification aspect to our
our our business and and so who are we actually uh and kind words but but tha think well my next slide was basically a picture of the team
chain so anyway it and so is that this is a topic here is also barred urban and rural linkages have half the people and the money money start of our
developers and they were raised in the city that never really made it out until and this after was provided to them and yet faces is schools over there yet so but with this is in the southern part of Ethiopia so half of these guys never really been been to to the south and then there's more additional people into the team now uh
working in development and the marketing and sales side and all of that but and but then you also saw the farmers so we all work together for the 1st half of our time setting up this business to learn from them and that is for them to learn from us on what we can actually provide and now we have a strong sense of trust between the community in knots and that's what we also hope to and to expand on when we go to the other parts of the region and and we all know that
actually add add I signed a it's innovation have and there is or was also we're also
lucky to have that kind of platform where you like OK we need this kind of back and person then it was we were able to go and find that kind of person and then we also partnering up with an agricultural college and tycoon the uh although there by by the left that he is also a teacher there so then he was
also able to build trust and connect us with the farmers they're still having these kinds of
institutions of the center of the error of these ventures really helps them for them to thrive so thanks for
few things so much you me and I would like to ask all
of you said the Umeå well cool stuff in the Peter to join us here and to open up for all of you to discuss more about so any specifics about any of these projects or just in general how to involve agriculture and technology and how to bridge uh those those 2 worlds thank you so much for your presentations and I would like to hear from any of you you have any specific questions
we use some this so France from does that some of the German development agency of the question that has to employ technology in the context of agriculture what we as long made agency when we're spending money we always have to be accountable to the taxpayer in ways that we spend the money effectively and efficiently so what helps us a what is this to be able to to show the impacts of like in terms of the number of people employed all the the crop yields per acre of all the revenues the the annual revenues of of of the average formants on them so is there any example word technology can actually help in gathering the data about about these these factors about the employment crop yields etc. so that we would be able to show that Europe the impact of intervention yeah well for example
in in my case there maybe others can also explain in my case like in impressive 1 2 deblurring reindeer at the radius of the indigenous community in nature most of the information somehow means uh and lost in the middle of process because most of most of this information is strongly embedded with emissions so with the you know the um technological approach all of this information can be assignable online for example the the that says that I show you a to my slides for the rice production send them the rice consumption Simone and so on and so on now everyone wanted to mold more about this came of it but they can they can go to the few HMM access the mean of the sample that is already deployed in that village or they can also look for the informational online so we have at the moment we are working together with the Agency for Research on a slope 1 of worst of seems to make sure that how the use a informations this can be a available for the policy process which is also important for us and the other thing is that the other of interesting cases that that that's the case off of participatory mapping activities like before down all official recognition also indigenous area in Indonesia but after we did this mapping the innovation agency for your special information things that this project is important so they want to enlarge that of activities and using our method so as a stand that national of all personal personal to help indigenous very believable territorial uh mapping and and put that information so into this 1 man 1 my policy of frameworks so that kind of things I think so it's important how the analysis about about by information and knowledge that out of somehow that because of differences in culture and the addition can be breach because of the use of ICT and technology
in the and I have a question from direct Jim is stressed and Nigerian yes and because they heard when they presented you that if you did all these through the same thinking techniques and I guess you % and presented us like the result of this defect decent thinking but I'm also interested in the process like how do you get to the knowledge that you need these latter more yeah from so
where are all from the innovation factories so is a process of inviting us 1st to Germany and if we you for us to explore whatever a sector we wanted to that's was 2 years ago and then we went back to our countries and then we design a proposal of like we want to work in apiculture free Tobias and uh uh for example and then from there it it was about forming a team was already interested and curious of exploring what was going on in apiculture Ethiopia because that was the only the number spoke that there were not meeting our potential and then after that we did a qualitative research where we went out and talk to people in this and the Southwest if you don't there and then from there we identified 6 challenges and with those 6 challenges we invited and a host of people from across the value chain and hold a workshop and then we hear every every team had people a farmer anybody from the value chain and then they were supposed to come up with a solution that they thought it was feasible for us because we also small-team with very restricted funding and from then from those so uh winning solutions everybody came together again and then voted on the 1 that they thought are could execute and and from that winning solution we won as a team and an advanced on that on that and they're made something that excited us and then also could touch on all those the challenges in and that was how are we came up with this 1 so it was a and a lengthy process and well thought out the and my name is there but
I'm and I work with them also with some farmers in the Amazon region make questions for and in have been the main it thing that they complains about being
retired like how did the retirement and they do not have money they are tired of working so the farmers they do not have funds like these must have ideas to get this money where would we get the money from because the government usually if they do not pay the taxes they are out of the service so how do you have ideas on how does it work for you in for thousands and
actually uh we don't really give funding tool of farmers and even also for use we just quit and network where we can share opportunities for them and they have
we want to sensitize used use their background so it can be in on IT on of undercut show how they can come up with a set of neighbors of solution of an IT solutions to help farmers to get the information also to have service sees and enabled them to will be to manage their work so so for the funding part we tried to will please NGO and on people organize competitions so that we give that information to use and they apply and if the person is in as good as they are selected but we don't really and the funding tool of farmers and now and that I and the answer to your question but
what we but I can't sell something from the German perspective all for the European perspective what you said is a
very important issue more than 1 half of the farmers now there are over 50 years old we have a huge change in agriculture a lot of the people are gonna retire and it's and there there's really a high demand to create linkages intergenerationally and 2 because it as it is a lot of from kids like sons and daughters they are reluctant to take over the farms in this climate I just give you uh an image and there's a there's a showing Jimmy's could always looked it means that the farm I he's looking for a woman a woman would ever marry somebody who's thinking more like this is the kind of image that is being portrayed so a lot of the sons and daughters they're not interested but then a lot of people come from like well educated people there are more people who have worked in other areas before like in ICT for instance and then say this is going to become a farmer in this really a big movement all in France up to 70 per cent in some areas so they are like new entrants and these are the people we need to take care of because we need to have somebody who take scale falls into the future not industrial companies on yeah
so I know that for some of their for the data so we have thank you but the chain that is not easy for all private to develop adequate to the debt support but government is not easy because we have some problem at the beginning because read that call on coffee that you 2 and then we see that when that support by government we get that is not what all I don't know what you do have a look at the degree of on support uh we got government to be continued for a long time I want you to is your experience of silicon and
it's a reality and that we are facing on uh at the beginning we start without really involving the government-backed backed up when we have the 1st Duke of a during their emissions have to read and write on the stakeholders to explain them nowadays and a lot of solution that we can provide for farmers by using extant agriculture and that the process is very long uh to involved the government uh backed of I can just give 1 example like a Amadou he's working on and I stiII and i've Stokes and his poetic is somehow related to the government he come to me and the scalar without the involving the government so we think that by having a quick network of fuels in agriculture nice theory can come and go and the reason uh solution and show the government how we can really help the farmers so because they are own book uh looking for solution for farmers without integrating entity and then by having the strong network and now we can really have enabled this government to be involved in OWL in OWL solutions that's how we try now to involve them in society and I want a I would like
to add some more of that in the case of Indonesia the square to the right you
Chairman he's not easy because like in the in Indonesia like around 80 % of flow around uh populations not only the antecedent of the personal of the financial situation is also focus in the city so most of the fulfillment the project gender is now what happens in the lumen of S and a very little support but for a small farmer while working were obvious so I think in in in the context of ICT to film and I think this collaborations between the urban and rural communities use important in the sense that it can reach and connected at times the incidence of open up information so opportunities and also opening up the pipelines like 0 5 financial by plants that can you know the aim of the importance of small holder farmer in rural areas and what the out uh like for at the scene initial why we are focused work with indigenous community like even in nature the regular farmer is really have support from government and indigenous qualities mostly that really in the margin the out of the whole out in that so I think in terms of ICT the slope man and utilities it is important to use that uh of medical yield assortment uh to to label to breach and in supporting the spirits of a quality and the inclusiveness and plasma so uh I think what we are working now is not really that give you a big solutions and a big stories but this levels challenges that will come out of the in in in our face but I think that is the whole thing that we are still of interest has been this to doing that hi I'm working in a fair
trade company and we experience that there are many small-scale farmers to produce really create food but they don't have access to markets so how difficult it is for you to get access because and very often their their local market is not enough for like scaling up to know
in in in in my case like for example the up about having a sugar production is when when reducing free in collecting the information's we I was surprised at net diarrhea having a sugar production is quite big and we somehow also realize that the upon sugar threes important to protect this of in rainforests of conditions but but a few editing and adding sugar production is very small but we realize that the real market is in the city so all of the the the main idea maize now how to bring all of this local product from the feel each and then have this disabilities you know when areas and has the access to the wide the market and that is also 1 of the big challenge as well so what we are trying to do in same bundle is that helping the cell farmers to a work with the optic aging with the branding and we try to look at a low-key of existing markers that fit in with this so the it directly the area and then 11 there are many things that still have to uh this slope in order to have situated and that that can help some kind of somewhat well benefits in between people in the world by men or orders the I think for the local
market we we've found it
surprisingly are able to use it to have a market but since our platform is money honey and then you we have to have a higher mark up and we can really overcharges it we don't nobody would bias if we're trying to if that's our business model where we're giving money back to our investors so what we're trying to find out is if we have a market in Europe or in the US for for that part of parts of it but for local consumption and if we if we had abandoned uh are money concepts is that the market is really there because there's a lot of problems without adulteration and and people don't really know and trust that the honey that's already in the market if we were working for now but made in the future of the markets become saturated will have a problem the 5 we should aim for
export you know we should aim for proximity would to some source of proximity of course because I mean you want
to know where your food comes from and I is I think in about with the the way we know all the way we create ourselves notes on sustainable it will not be the case in 10 years I'm sure in 10 years like everybody they will have a farmer who supplies them for instance you know you have close contact to the farmer you know where food comes from and then I'm sure it already is happening all I know my phone minor well I food comes from and it's an important issue but I think it will increase much more in the future and to them because you know that once you have some good food and you know where the food comes from when when you look behind the scenes then there's no turning back in a way you know you don't go for cheaper food from the supermarket anymore after that but we have to facilitate ways in hold that is possible if we
have time for 1 more question if there is 1 more of 1 the question we know there were you and now my question is about scaling up because usually when you have a fireman you have technology thank you know can promote better it from the rather since people start buying so and how do you manage to not to have the last of culture so the
keep it growing their own food and not only growing the whatever that the people asking for the the of for us when we give training in note taker we highlight the sustainable agriculture parts and we also show them what's happened and outside the country and it's really important to keep the flies that culture has been growing and now we try to give them all these knowledge because was the Bangladesh see what's happened outside not really focus on what we have what is our duty culture and of slaves and they got we have I think that this kind of uh uh weakness and because we prefer to get something coming from outside and now we are working on also this spot inside Al altering in this system of Oberoi ecology and put sovereignty there there can be no definitive answer to this question it is all depends on the context that the community get together and they develop their own food system that is appropriate for the geography of the place and so on so they are always natural limits for these things I think that is so that the idea that it grows kind of in organically the and it's above all it's based on upon needs not not upon creed that's the main thing is you operate on greed this it's limitlessness the possibly have following at the moment if you operate on needs and that there are clear limits and uh and then we don't eat strawberries here in Germany and the uh in the winter of is in the a scaling up can be a scary scary term for for for me because I agree with you that the that up until this moment so we can we we always imagine that and imitation of economic growth but in the reality especially in small and compact such small full of the farmers that always so something limits of productions and also the time so I think the 1 thing that is important is that we have to realize that there is something limitations and and in terms of access to markets uh I think we have a we we we also try to uh and integrates this information so that uh like for example so we we we we have to make sure that our consumers and our friends while buying some product from the Felix knows that these products are being from over in the intended to Norway and know the following more production is very limited so they can on the by in something times and we sell some of this product rule of saleable online platform in Indonesia so we got the right in the very beginning we will let our consumer more harmony of the case that we have and know when we can sell and so something like that so this is actually that the scale-up these mostly about how to let's access to markets and how to verify that information and and how to understand the limit of productions that we have in order to also to protect like mostly of the culture of the traditional so the metal cutting capacity of that that happens to be in that region so thank you so much and time
is up but thank you for the yes and thank you for all of your questions in which which
also cross thank you
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Titel Nourishing Our Communities – Rural and Urban Platforms for Food Innovation
Serientitel re:publica 2017
Teil 119
Anzahl der Teile 235
Autor Caba, Awa
Iskandar, Gustaff Harriman
García, Ivan Sawyer
Volz, Peter
Tadesse, Yemesrach
Lizenz CC-Namensnennung - Weitergabe unter gleichen Bedingungen 3.0 Deutschland:
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DOI 10.5446/33143
Herausgeber re:publica
Erscheinungsjahr 2017
Sprache Englisch

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Fachgebiet Informatik
Abstract New forms of bottom-up agriculture networks based on ucd methods and ict tools bringing urban drivers in dialogue with rural practitioners in order to collaboratively develop more sustainable technological solutions to small-scale farming around the world. Get a bigger picture of diverse contexts by insiders and activists! In this one hour session we want to showcase four different initiatives by our partners. It's about indigenous culture and rural techies in Indonesia, community supported agriculture in Germany, the Yeesal Agrihub in Senegal and the Honey or Money initiative in Ethiopia.

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