GeoTraceability has supported data collection and traceability projects across South America, Asia, Africa and Europe. Our tools can be adapted and applied to a wide variety of supply chains and industries including coffee, cocoa, minerals, livestock and healthcare.
Below are just a few example projects which showcase the breadth of technologies, sectors and regions we are adept to work in.
Income & Premium Assessment for smallholder cocoa farmers in COTE D'IVOIRE
Partnering with FairTrade and COSA, GeoTraceability provided a suit of technologies to gather, process, host and visualise an extensive set of information on producer incomes and premium use for over 3,400 smallholder cocoa farmers and 21 cooperatives in Cote d’Ivoire.
Measuring BIODIVERSTIY OF COCOA FARMS in west africa
Partnering with IFC and Bioversity International, GeoTraceability designed a tool which would traffic-code fields according to their risk-level of negatively impacting the level of biodiversity in their fields and the sounding ecosystem.
Tracing Cocoa Beans in Ghana and Nigeria
This was a large-scale project, partnering with Ecom Agrotrade, which aimed to trace all certified and sustainable cocoa beans in Ghana and Nigeria from farm to the point of export. Over 90,000 tonnes of beans have so far been successfully traced using GeoTraceability’s technologies as part of this project.
Tracing conflict-free minerals in the Great Lakes Region
Partnering with the Better Sourcing Program, GeoTraceability is delivering an innovative digital traceability solution for conflict-free minerals (3T and gold) in the Great Lakes Region. Pilot programmes have so far been completed in Uganda, DRC and Rwanda.
MEASURING THE RISK OF CHILD LABOUR on cocoa farms in Ghana
Partnering with the IFC and Ergon Associates, GeoTraceability helped design a system which could be used to assess the risk of child labour being present on cocoa farms in Ghana – the third largest cocoa producer in the world.
Gathering Weather Data in Turkey's Hazelnut Regions
Following a request from Ferrero SpA, GeoTraceability has been gathering, processing and visualising data from 20 different weather stations in Turkey for over two years. This project aims to provide more detailed information for weather risks in Hazelnut-producing regions in Turkey.
Distributing tailored farm business plans to palm fruit farmers IN SABBAH, EAST MALAYSIA
Partnering with Wild Asia and Wilmar, GeoTraceability is implementing a system where data collected on Palm Fruit producers and their field conditions are being used to generate tailored Individual Farm Business Plans.
BUILDING PRODUCTION CAPACITIES FOR COFFEE FARMERS IN UGANDA
Partnering with the Carana Corportation, GeoTraceability designed a system to measure the success of interventions which aimed to support coffee farmers to increase their production capacity, and trace the products these farmers produced.