At the heart of GODAN is a network of
WHAT IS A PARTNER?
The purpose of the GODAN partner network is to support the shared principles based on GODAN’s Statement of Purpose
WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE A PARTNER?
GODAN partners support based on GODAN’s Statement of Purpose. Agricultural and nutritional data should be made available, accessible, usable and unrestricted. Partners aim to build high level policy and private sector support for open data. They also encourage collaboration and co-operation across existing agriculture, nutrition and open data activities and stakeholders to solve long-standing global problems.
Once you become a partner, what can you do to support the principles?
WHAT IS THE GODAN SECRETARIAT?
GODAN is supported by a secretariat hosted by McGill University, Canada. Find out more about the team here. GODAN activities and its Secretariat are financially supported by the US Government, the UK Department for International Development (DfID), the Government of the Netherlands, The Government of India, the Government of Germany, the Government of Kenya, the UN FAO, the Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA), GFAR, and CGIAR. Full details of how the GODAN Secretariat is funded and how the funding is used can be found here. For further information on the Governance of the GODAN Initiative, please see here.