• Cross-thematic
  • Digitization
25. April 2024

Join us at the 5th DIASCA Roundtable Event: Advancing Towards Common Standards and Digital Public Infrastructure in Agricultural Supply Chains!

Over the past months, DIASCA has been committed to addressing the challenges faced by supply chain actors and driving consensus on common standards and data infrastructure in agricultural supply chains. Our progress is evident through the successful convening of four previous roundtable events, where we shared and reflected upon the intermediate results from our three working groups with various supply chain actors (producer to retail), technology providers, science, governments, and international organisations.

These diligent working groups, focusing on traceability, forest monitoring, and farm income/cost of production, have made significant progress in laying the groundwork for interoperability between IT systems. However, there is still work to be done, and we invite all interested collaborators to join us on this journey!

At the 5th DIASCA Roundtable Event, we are excited to present the comprehensive status report on the work conducted, highlighting the achievements and advancements made thus far.

The event will take place virtually on 25th April 2024 from 4:00-5:30pm CEST

We look forward to your participation and the continued progress we will achieve together!






4:00 pm: Welcome & Introduction


4:30 pm: Working Group Updates: Dive into the progress made by our working groups including:

  • Traceability: Application of the Trust Framework in Honduras

           Brian King, CGIAR, John Keogh, Shantalla

  • Farm income: Building the Foundation for an Interoperable Data Structure

          Jessica Mullan & Sylvia Calfat, COSA

  • Forest monitoring: Learn about WHISP

          Rémi d‘Annunzio, FAO, Matthew Himmel, COSA


5:10 pm: Q&A Session: Engage in an interactive session where you can address questions, share insights, and contribute to the broader dialogue.


5:25 pm: Closing remarks

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