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Experiment adopted

This is the initial phase of an experiment to test which stakeholders are worth following up and focusing on. The first phase aims to tap into the early adopter. This early adopter being local businesses who oversee large numbers of farmers (ie. supermarket chains ), and/or NGO or Government programs with goals aligning with ours and reach to a significant number of farmers. In the second phase, the early majority is the target. The second phase will aim to capture a large section of the...

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Proposed Experiment
Under Review

In January communication between farmers and the FarmED via Facebook and text proved to be difficult. This experiment aims to utilise a non-digital communication channel.   Lean phase: Channels   Assumption: Using the traditional hierarchical system of Sefis and Sucos leaders will be an effective form of communication channel to the farm owners. They will be able to disseminate information to the farmers, gather information and report back to us. It has been assumed that there...

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Project Summary

January 2019 was a big month for a little team in Timor. The main priorities were finding distribution channels which could scale efficiently. To this end, our main focus was on organising community meetings to speak to as many farmers as possible. We used these meetings as an opportunity to introduce farmers to our pH sensors and their value. The app was then presented as a complement to the sensor.  Also, we continued conversations with potential partner organisations such that they...

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Proposed Experiment

Lean Phase: Solution Assumption: Farmers are interested in monitoring their own farm's data and not just the data supplied to them through the app. The interest is large enough that are willing to pay for the sensor. Timeframe: 3 weeks   Metrics and success criteria: Percentage of farmers who are willing to pay for sensors with the app. Green Light: Sufficient interest in soil sensor bundles exists (app plus sensor). Move to determine methods of large-scale...

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Experiment adopted

No original experiment posted   Lean Phase: Channels   Assumption: That people are engaging in the Facebook page (likes, comments, shares, messages)   Time Period: 4 weeks   Success metric: % of people who Are early adopters for the application Engaging in the Facebook page - likes, comments, shares, messages   Criteria   Green light: Continue to use Facebook as a communication/promotion platform.   Success point: If 60% of...

Rachel Tidbury
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Experiment adopted

To be completed alongside: The Sales experiment   Lean phase: Key metrics   Assumption: Most farmers have a form of communication medium that they can utilise to provide feedback to the FarmEd team.   Time Period: 2 weeks   Success metric: % of people who Have access to an internet connection Have access to a form of communication that we also have access to. Can give feedback through the app.   Criteria   Green light: Proceed with the implementing...

Bailey Wilmot
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Work Update

This week marks the operational trial of ERS’s new BagPay system!           Previously, ERS has targeted large, expat owned businesses who can afford our service and who understand our purpose. These businesses served as the innovators and champions of our message; it was their cooperation and belief in our ideas that established ERS as a player in the Dili ecosystem. Now that the service has been established and proven to be capable of autonomous operation, the time for expansion has...

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Chris Zancanaro

Australia

Joined this community on Jun 11, 2018

University or Company
UNSW

Degree or Work area
Engineering

Country you Trekked/are Trekking in
Timor-Lesté

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