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EU-supported Study on Priority Value Chains in Georgia

Dairy and beef production, along with wheat, maize, potatoes, vegetables and fruits are among the most favourable pre-selected value chains reflected in a baseline study recently conducted with EU support.

As part of the €12 million project under the EU-funded European Neighbourhood Programme for Agriculture and Rural Development (ENPARD III) in Georgia, groundwork was conducted for support measures aiming at developing agricultural sectors and making value chains more inclusive and sustainable. The research was conducted in eight targeted municipalities in the country: Lagodekhi, Tetritskaro, Akhalkalaki, Dedoplistskaro, Kazbegi, Borjomi, Keda and Khulo.

The study will be further revised according to the suggestions, remarks and views received from the ENPARD partners. Based on the feedback from the stakeholders, a strategic approach will then be chosen to devise appropriate support systems and financial instruments for various value chains in Georgia.