Drones for Agriculture

Drones for Agriculture
Drones for Agriculture

UNDP, the International Development Assistance Program (IDAP), the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, the European Commission, the United Nations Development Programme, the WHO, the World Bank, the World Bank Investment Authority, the World Development Institute, the International Monetary Fund, UNCLOS, and other private and collective entities participated in the study, which included a systematic review, qualitative and quantitative analyses of national and regional data collection and the data management, analytics, and policy practices for the international humanitarian response.

More than 1,000 regional agencies (including countries, individuals, tribes, economies, and groups; international organizations, NGOs, government bodies and bodies, health providers, researchers, medical professionals, and others) contributed in support of the study. Data processing support provided by the participating agencies involved in the research were used to ensure consistency across studies and the results were verified. http://et.electronics-review.shop/ad/drones-for-agriculture-purpose/
Source: United Nations (2016). ‘Global, Regional and Global Change: Lessons from a Year-round Study,’ a joint report of UNAIDS, the World Bank, and the International Organization for Migration.

The work was supported in part by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and its Member States and donors, as well as the National Institute for Statistics in Germany and the European Food Safety Authority for Europe.
Drones for Agriculture (UNAIDS) 2015: UNAIDS

UNDP, the International Development Assistance Program (IDAP), the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, the European Commission, the United Nations Development Programme, the WHO, the World Bank, the World Bank Investment Authority, the World Development Institute, the International Monetary Fund, UNCLOS, and other private and collective entities participated in the study, which included a systematic review, qualitative and quantitative analyses of national and regional data collection and the data management, analytics, and policy practices for the international humanitarian response.

More than 1,000 regional agencies (including countries, individuals, tribes, economies, and groups; international organizations, NGOs, government bodies and bodies, health providers, researchers, medical professionals, and others) contributed in support of the study. Data processing support provided by the participating agencies involved in the research were used to ensure consistency across studies and the results were verified.

Source: United Nations (2016). ‘Global, Regional and Global Change: Lessons from a Year-round Study,’ a joint report of UNAIDS, the World Bank, and the International Organization for Migration.

The work was supported in part by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and its Member States and donors, as well as the National Institute for Statistics in Germany and the European Food Safety Authority for Europe.