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AgShare impact story 1: Speeding up the dissemination of results: AgShare.Today’s mobile survey apps and data visualization tools

AgShare impact story 1: Speeding up the dissemination of results: AgShare.Today’s mobile survey apps and data visualization tools

This impact brief outlines the work AgShare.Today has done with the Sweet Potato Virus Detection Tool (SPVDT) project, helping the SPVDT team to gather and visualise survey results and then produce journal articles based on those results.

Led by Dr Richard Echodu (Gulu University, northern Uganda), the Bill & Melinda Gates-funded SPVDT project is working to develop a new tool to detect and characterise sweet potato viruses in East Africa.


Region: Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda
Date published: 2018
Published by: AgShare.Today
Type of resource: Impact statement
Resource topic: Best practice


Project/Programme: AgShare.Today
Pest/Disease: Not specific
Pages: 2
File type: PDF (808 KB)

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