A global challenge: Feeding the future
The food producers of our planet face the extraordinary challenge of feeding 9 billion people by the year 2050. As a consequence of climate change, there will be a growing competition in using water and finding fertile land. Further, reliable weather forecasts for food producers are scarcely available in developing countries.
Science and technology can help to improve this situation by empowering the most important actors in the food production chain: farmers, fishermen and pastoralists. Providing the right information at the right time to food producers can help to improve and increase food production in a sustainable manner thus ensuring food security on a global scale.

For more information please visit: G4AW

Netherlands Space Office

Space activities in the Netherlands comprise a broad spectrum of scientific endeavours, space data uses and industrial product developments.
The Netherlands houses a world class knowledge base in astro-physics as well as atmospheric research.
The Dutch traditions of pioneering and astronomy are the foundation for our success in space research.

For more information please visit: Netherlands Space Office

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands

Every hour of every day, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs promotes the interests of the Kingdom abroad. The Ministry coordinates and carries out Dutch foreign policy at its headquarters in The Hague and through its missions abroad. It is likewise the channel through which the Dutch Government communicates with foreign governments and international organisations.

For more information please visit: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands

Implementing Partners

Agriculture Information Service

Farmer groups and ICT solutions for farmers

For more information please visit: Agriculture Information Service

mPower Social Enterprise

mPower is a social enterprise founded by graduate students of Harvard University and MIT in 2008. With the aim to change the paradigm of social good with the power of great design, information and technology, we began our journey in Egypt, and soon spread to other countries in Africa, before our center of gravity shifted to Bangladesh in 2010.



For more information please visit: mPower

Bangladesh Centre for Advanced Studies

The Bangladesh Centre for Advanced Studies (BCAS) is an independent, non-profit, non-government, policy, research and implementation institute working on Sustainable Development (SD) at local, national, regional and global levels. It was established in 1986 and over 30 years and has grown to become a leading research institute in the non-government sector in Bangladesh and South Asia.



For more information please visit: Bangladesh Centre for Advanced Studies


Bangladesh is one of the world’s most densely populated countries and poverty is deep and widespread. However, economists see it as one of the “Next Eleven” tier of developing countries with potential for foreign-investment led growth. ICCO focuses on mobilizing rural communities and engaging them in developing inclusive sustainable and profitable income generating opportunities. This is supported by lobby and policy work to demand a more effective enabling environment of the government.


For more information please visit: ICCO-Cooperation


TerraSphere offers Geo-ICT solutions through mapping and GIS analysis. By combining competences in the fields of Satellite & UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) Remote Sensing and GIS analysis, we are able to extract information from earth observation imagery. TerraSphere is specialized in the domains of precision agriculture, forest mapping & wetland monitoring.



For more information please visit: TerraSphere

Wageningen University and Research

Wageningen University and Research is the only university in the Netherlands to focus specifically on the theme ‘healthy food and living environment’. We do so by working closely together with governments and the business community.

For more information please visit: Wageningen University and Research