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UNPAD

Padjadjaran University
Country: Indonesia
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  • Open Access mandate for Publications and Research data
    Funder: EC Project Code: 780755
    Overall Budget: 2,072,040 EURFunder Contribution: 1,999,870 EUR
    Partners: UNPAD, DEUTSCHE GESELLSCHAFT FUR INTERNATIONALE ZUSAMMENARBEIT (GIZ) GMBH, OROMIYA AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, LBTU, University of Graz, University of Kassel, ICEADDIS IT CONSULTANCY PLC, CV. PRIMARY INDONESIA

    SAMS enhances international cooperation of ICT and sustainable agriculture between EU and developing countries in pursuit of EU commitment to UN Sustainable Development Goal (SDG N°2) “End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture”. Beekeeping with small-scale operations provides perfect innovation labs for demonstration and dissemination of cheap and easy-to-use open source ICT applications in developing countries. Bee health and sustainable beekeeping are a key for sustainable agriculture worldwide. Risks of depleting honey production threatens livelihoods of beekeepers, but degradation of pollination power of suffering bee colonies threats overall agricultural production and affects entire population. SAMS allows active monitoring and remote sensing of bee health and beekeeping by developing appropriate ICT solution supporting management of bee health and bee productivity and a role model for effective international cooperation. Summarized, SAMS addresses requirements of end-user communities on beekeeping in developing countries. It includes technological improvements and adaptation as well as innovative services creation in apiculture based on advanced ICT and remote sensing technologies. SAMS increases production of bee products, creates jobs (particularly youths/ women), triggers investments and establishes knowledge exchange through networks. SAMS results are of major interest for stakeholder along the whole value chain of honey production. By cooperation with other networks, SAMS technology will be promoted worldwide to beekeepers as well as data beneficiaries. SAMS will be implemented in seven workpackages. Project participants in these workpackages are: GIZ, UNIKAS, UNILV, UNIGRA, UNPAD, CVPI, HOLETA and ICEADDIS. Required project duration conducts 36 months. Necessary EU funding amounts to 1.999.869,25 €

  • Open Access mandate for Publications
    Funder: EC Project Code: 305279
    Partners: MPG, University of Medicine and Pharmacy of Craiova, UNPAD, SU, University of Otago, SGUL, UPCH, LSHTM, STICHTING RADBOUD UNIVERSITEIT, EURICE EUROPEAN RESEARCH AND PROJECT OFFICE GMBH...