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G4AW third Call published

G4Aw Call 3 published
March 23, 2017 By: F&BKP Office Image: G4AW

Last Friday March 17, 2017 the third Call of the Geodata for Agriculture and Water (G4AW) Facility was officially published in the Government Gazette. The G4AW Facility stimulates public-private partnerships and is supporting initiatives to set up large-scale, demand-driven, and user-tailored satellite-based service chains.

The Geodata for Agriculture and Water Facility started in 2013 by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and is supported by the Ministry of Economic Affairs and the Ministry of Infrastructure and Environment. NSO is commissioned to execute this programme.

The ultimate goal is to improve the output of the agricultural and fishing sector by providing food producers with relevant information, advice or financial products. This will lead to improved sustainable food production and/or improved efficiency in the use of inputs for food production and/or improved income and improved water management in your country.

Third Call

Planning of the third Call for Proposals G4AW Facility consists of two phases: a non-obligatory and non-binding advice based on the Request for Advisory Opinion (short project proposal) and a subsidy grant Application (full project proposal).

  • Submission deadline for Request for Advisory Opinion: June 14, 2017
  • Submission deadline for Application: September 14, 2017
  • Evaluation of Application proposals: September 2017 – January 2018

More information

More details on the G4AW Facility can be found at the G4AW website: https://g4aw.spaceoffice.nl/en.

Information on the tender procedure, including the official publication (and translation) of the G4AW third Call as published in the Government Gazette can be found here: https://g4aw.spaceoffice.nl/en/About-G4AW/Application-Call-2017-2018/

Lessons learned from two previous G4AW calls can be found here: https://g4aw.spaceoffice.nl/en/News/67/Doing-business-with-satellite-based-apps-and-services-for-smallholder-farmers-and-pastoralists.html

General information relevant for G4AW is published on the G4AW LinkedIn Group: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/8509495





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