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The theory of change for TAMASA is that ‘Newly emerging data streams (at different scales), from remote-sensing, crowdsourcing and other sources, supported by modern analytics and linked to a participatory co-development process with users, will result in improvements in agronomy at scale advice, contributing to maize productivity increases’. Focusing on maize agronomy in Africa, TAMASA is designed to address four ‘gaps’ needed to transform agronomy at scale; the data gap, the knowledge gap, the adoption gap and the capacity/institutionalisation gap. TAMASA, in conjunction with other initiatives, will pilot innovations in agronomic and socio-economic data collection and decision-support tools (i.e. devices that are predominantly hand-held) that can deployed to both collect data and share knowledge at scale

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