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    The electronic newsletter from the FAO Representation in Georgia features the following articles: 1. The implementing partners of the EU-supported European Neighbourhood Programme for Agriculture and Rural Development (ENPARD) marked the 20th ENPARD stakeholders’ meeting by highlighting the main achievements since the launch of the programme in 2013. 2. FAO and the Center for Agribusiness and Rural Development (CARD) organized a Business to Business (B2B) event today in Tbilisi which focused on enhancing market linkages in the dairy sectors of Armenia and Georgia. 3. More than 200 commercial dairy farmers, processors, equipment suppliers, industry experts, and government representatives met in Tbilisi for Georgia’s annual dairy congress. 4. FAO conducted training-of-trainers on locust management for 20 master-trainers from Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan and the Russian Federation. 5. Fruits and Berries of Georgia: Efficiency of Production and Marketing convened local producers in Tbilisi. The conference was organized by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and FAO and supported by the European Union and Georgia’s Ministry of Environmental Protection and Agriculture.
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    Assessment of the Agriculture and Rural Development Sectors in the Eastern Partnership Countries. The Republic of Armenia (Armenian version) 2013
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    A general assessment of the agriculture and rural areas economic sectors will be crucial for developing proper strategies for the agriculture and rural development of the countries. These studies will contribute to assess the situation in the sector, prioritise and target sub-sectors, areas of intervention and beneficiaries, in consultation with the local public and private stakeholders. Its results will also have an impact on the ongoing consultations/negotiations for Deep and Comprehensive Fre e Trade Agreements (DCFTA). The overall scope of the project is in line with the European Neighbourhood Programme (ENP) for Agriculture and Rural Development (ENPARD), an EU initiative built along the line of EU’s best practice in developing agriculture and rural areas and funded under the European Neighbourhood Programme Instrument (ENPI). Based on the results of this project, ENPARD programmes and activities could be identified, elaborated and implemented in interested EaP countries. The stu dies cover the 6 Eastern Partnership (EaP) countries – Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belorussia, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine, and a regional report gives an overview and covers the issues that can be addressed at regional or sub-regional level. All the studies are available in English and in the respective language of their country, the regional report is available in English and Russian. This report covers Armenia FAO Project No. GCP/RER/041/EC EU Project No. ENPI 2012/298-262
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    Assessment of the Agriculture and Rural Development Sectors in the Eastern Partnership Countries. The Republic of Armenia
    The European Union's Neighbourhood Programme
    2013
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    A general assessment of the agriculture and rural areas economic sectors will be crucial for developing proper strategies for the agriculture and rural development of the countries. These studies will contribute to assess the situation in the sector, prioritise and target sub-sectors, areas of intervention and beneficiaries, in consultation with the local public and private stakeholders. Its results will also have an impact on the ongoing consultations/negotiations for Deep and Comprehensive Fre e Trade Agreements (DCFTA). The overall scope of the project is in line with the European Neighbourhood Programme (ENP) for Agriculture and Rural Development (ENPARD), an EU initiative built along the line of EU’s best practice in developing agriculture and rural areas and funded under the European Neighbourhood Programme Instrument (ENPI). Based on the results of this project, ENPARD programmes and activities could be identified, elaborated and implemented in interested EaP countries. The studi es cover the 6 Eastern Partnership (EaP) countries – Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belorussia, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine, and a regional report gives an overview and covers the issues that can be addressed at regional or sub-regional level. All the studies are available in English and in the respective language of their country, the regional report is available in English and Russian. This report covers Armenia FAO Project No. GCP/RER/041/EC EU Project No. ENPI 2012/298-262
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    FAO Georgia Newsletter, March 2019 - Issue #4 2019
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    The electronic newsletter from the FAO Representation in Georgia features the following articles: 1. The implementing partners of the EU-supported European Neighbourhood Programme for Agriculture and Rural Development (ENPARD) marked the 20th ENPARD stakeholders’ meeting by highlighting the main achievements since the launch of the programme in 2013. 2. FAO and the Center for Agribusiness and Rural Development (CARD) organized a Business to Business (B2B) event today in Tbilisi which focused on enhancing market linkages in the dairy sectors of Armenia and Georgia. 3. More than 200 commercial dairy farmers, processors, equipment suppliers, industry experts, and government representatives met in Tbilisi for Georgia’s annual dairy congress. 4. FAO conducted training-of-trainers on locust management for 20 master-trainers from Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan and the Russian Federation. 5. Fruits and Berries of Georgia: Efficiency of Production and Marketing convened local producers in Tbilisi. The conference was organized by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and FAO and supported by the European Union and Georgia’s Ministry of Environmental Protection and Agriculture.
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    Assessment of the Agriculture and Rural Development Sectors in the Eastern Partnership Countries. The Republic of Armenia (Armenian version) 2013
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    A general assessment of the agriculture and rural areas economic sectors will be crucial for developing proper strategies for the agriculture and rural development of the countries. These studies will contribute to assess the situation in the sector, prioritise and target sub-sectors, areas of intervention and beneficiaries, in consultation with the local public and private stakeholders. Its results will also have an impact on the ongoing consultations/negotiations for Deep and Comprehensive Fre e Trade Agreements (DCFTA). The overall scope of the project is in line with the European Neighbourhood Programme (ENP) for Agriculture and Rural Development (ENPARD), an EU initiative built along the line of EU’s best practice in developing agriculture and rural areas and funded under the European Neighbourhood Programme Instrument (ENPI). Based on the results of this project, ENPARD programmes and activities could be identified, elaborated and implemented in interested EaP countries. The stu dies cover the 6 Eastern Partnership (EaP) countries – Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belorussia, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine, and a regional report gives an overview and covers the issues that can be addressed at regional or sub-regional level. All the studies are available in English and in the respective language of their country, the regional report is available in English and Russian. This report covers Armenia FAO Project No. GCP/RER/041/EC EU Project No. ENPI 2012/298-262
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    Assessment of the Agriculture and Rural Development Sectors in the Eastern Partnership Countries. The Republic of Armenia
    The European Union's Neighbourhood Programme
    2013
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    A general assessment of the agriculture and rural areas economic sectors will be crucial for developing proper strategies for the agriculture and rural development of the countries. These studies will contribute to assess the situation in the sector, prioritise and target sub-sectors, areas of intervention and beneficiaries, in consultation with the local public and private stakeholders. Its results will also have an impact on the ongoing consultations/negotiations for Deep and Comprehensive Fre e Trade Agreements (DCFTA). The overall scope of the project is in line with the European Neighbourhood Programme (ENP) for Agriculture and Rural Development (ENPARD), an EU initiative built along the line of EU’s best practice in developing agriculture and rural areas and funded under the European Neighbourhood Programme Instrument (ENPI). Based on the results of this project, ENPARD programmes and activities could be identified, elaborated and implemented in interested EaP countries. The studi es cover the 6 Eastern Partnership (EaP) countries – Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belorussia, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine, and a regional report gives an overview and covers the issues that can be addressed at regional or sub-regional level. All the studies are available in English and in the respective language of their country, the regional report is available in English and Russian. This report covers Armenia FAO Project No. GCP/RER/041/EC EU Project No. ENPI 2012/298-262
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    FAO Georgia Newsletter, March 2019 - Issue #4 2019
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    The electronic newsletter from the FAO Representation in Georgia features the following articles: 1. The implementing partners of the EU-supported European Neighbourhood Programme for Agriculture and Rural Development (ENPARD) marked the 20th ENPARD stakeholders’ meeting by highlighting the main achievements since the launch of the programme in 2013. 2. FAO and the Center for Agribusiness and Rural Development (CARD) organized a Business to Business (B2B) event today in Tbilisi which focused on enhancing market linkages in the dairy sectors of Armenia and Georgia. 3. More than 200 commercial dairy farmers, processors, equipment suppliers, industry experts, and government representatives met in Tbilisi for Georgia’s annual dairy congress. 4. FAO conducted training-of-trainers on locust management for 20 master-trainers from Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan and the Russian Federation. 5. Fruits and Berries of Georgia: Efficiency of Production and Marketing convened local producers in Tbilisi. The conference was organized by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and FAO and supported by the European Union and Georgia’s Ministry of Environmental Protection and Agriculture.
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    Book (stand-alone)
    Assessment of the Agriculture and Rural Development Sectors in the Eastern Partnership Countries. The Republic of Armenia (Armenian version) 2013
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    A general assessment of the agriculture and rural areas economic sectors will be crucial for developing proper strategies for the agriculture and rural development of the countries. These studies will contribute to assess the situation in the sector, prioritise and target sub-sectors, areas of intervention and beneficiaries, in consultation with the local public and private stakeholders. Its results will also have an impact on the ongoing consultations/negotiations for Deep and Comprehensive Fre e Trade Agreements (DCFTA). The overall scope of the project is in line with the European Neighbourhood Programme (ENP) for Agriculture and Rural Development (ENPARD), an EU initiative built along the line of EU’s best practice in developing agriculture and rural areas and funded under the European Neighbourhood Programme Instrument (ENPI). Based on the results of this project, ENPARD programmes and activities could be identified, elaborated and implemented in interested EaP countries. The stu dies cover the 6 Eastern Partnership (EaP) countries – Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belorussia, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine, and a regional report gives an overview and covers the issues that can be addressed at regional or sub-regional level. All the studies are available in English and in the respective language of their country, the regional report is available in English and Russian. This report covers Armenia FAO Project No. GCP/RER/041/EC EU Project No. ENPI 2012/298-262
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    Book (stand-alone)
    Assessment of the Agriculture and Rural Development Sectors in the Eastern Partnership Countries. The Republic of Armenia
    The European Union's Neighbourhood Programme
    2013
    Also available in:

    A general assessment of the agriculture and rural areas economic sectors will be crucial for developing proper strategies for the agriculture and rural development of the countries. These studies will contribute to assess the situation in the sector, prioritise and target sub-sectors, areas of intervention and beneficiaries, in consultation with the local public and private stakeholders. Its results will also have an impact on the ongoing consultations/negotiations for Deep and Comprehensive Fre e Trade Agreements (DCFTA). The overall scope of the project is in line with the European Neighbourhood Programme (ENP) for Agriculture and Rural Development (ENPARD), an EU initiative built along the line of EU’s best practice in developing agriculture and rural areas and funded under the European Neighbourhood Programme Instrument (ENPI). Based on the results of this project, ENPARD programmes and activities could be identified, elaborated and implemented in interested EaP countries. The studi es cover the 6 Eastern Partnership (EaP) countries – Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belorussia, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine, and a regional report gives an overview and covers the issues that can be addressed at regional or sub-regional level. All the studies are available in English and in the respective language of their country, the regional report is available in English and Russian. This report covers Armenia FAO Project No. GCP/RER/041/EC EU Project No. ENPI 2012/298-262

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