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DCFTA Information Desk Launched in Tetritskaro

DCFTA (Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area) Information Desk has been opened in Tetritskaro, at the office of ENPARD implementing partner, Association Rural Development for Future Georgia (RDFG). Subsequently, the members of the EU-supported Tetritskaro Local Action Group (LAG) will inform local community about DCFTA – How to bring their …

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How Georgia is Changing its Approach to Waste Disposal

Around 900,000 tons of waste is generated annually in Georgia and more than 75% of it is estimated to end up in landfill sites. Landfill disposal is the least desirable way of handling waste, and even less desirable if the landfill is poorly managed and maintained. This is a significant issue in Georgia, …

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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) …

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Georgia’s Rural Priorities Discussed at EU-supported Event

Representatives of Georgia’s government met in the town of Tetritskaro on 17 May to discuss the country’s rural development priorities and its progress in introducing and implementing the new concept of rural development. The main topics of the meeting referred to the state programmes and initiatives designed to promote rural …

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Opportunity for Regional Civil Society Organisations

EU employment

Georgian civil society organisations (CSOs) are invited to apply for a call for proposals aimed at contributing to ongoing discussions and awareness raising about the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area (DCFTA). This opportunity shall also help CSOs to become active actors in their respective communities and to engage and …

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EU-supported Training Seminar on Agritourism Development in Rural Georgia

Over 20 representatives from Georgian micro businesses participated in a training seminar on agritourism development organised in April through the EU4Business initiative. The participants learned how to use opportunities created by increasing the flow of visitors to the country, particularly to Mukhrani district in eastern Georgia. Along with its exceptional …

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EU to Host Europe Day in Georgian Capital

On 5 May, the Georgian capital of Tbilisi will host Europe Day 2018. On this occasion, the EU Delegation to Georgia will help transform the city’s Rike Park into a “Eurovillage” that will take visitors on a journey to the European Union, with fun activities taking place throughout the day. …

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