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Lobesia botrana biocontrol: Mating Disruption Technique in Georgia








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    Georgia: Protection of Georgian Wine Appellations
    Compliation of Project Documents - April 2008
    2008
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    Georgian wine appellations are protected under Georgian and international law, but enforcement of legal arrangements has been weak. In 2005, EBRD asked FAO to help Georgia improve the protection of Georgian wine appellations and commissioned a technical assistance project under the FAO/EBRD Cooperation Programme. The project had two phases over two years: 1) identification of issues leading to counterfeiting of Georgian wines, and 2) recommendations to the Georgian Government to improve the situ ation and help authorities, in particular, draft new regulations under Georgian law. This publication is a compilation of the inputs prepared by FAO during project implementation. Most of the project outputs were delivered as planned and key Georgian wine sector professionals also gained experience in international practice in the area of appellation protection.
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    E-Newsletter from FAO in Georgia, Issue No. 35, March 2018 2018
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    The electronic newsletter from the FAO Representation in Georgia features the following articles: 1. EU representatives and Georgia’s Minister review EU-supported agriculture and rural development initiatives. EU-funded and supported agricultural and rural development programmes in Georgia, including wine sector reform initiated by FAO under the European Neighbourhood Programme for Agriculture and Rural Development (ENPARD), were the main topics of discussion during the high-profile meeting. 2.Dairy Congress kicks off next phase of EU-FAO-EBRD support to Georgian milk producers. The benefits of cooperation and opportunities for small and medium-sized dairy enterprises topped the agenda of the Second Caucasus Dairy Congress held in Georgia’s capital, Tbilisi. 3. UN Sustainable Development Goals workshop held at Geostat. FAO is holding a three-day seminar at Geostat on SDG indicators under FAO custodianship. 4. Georgia and Armenia meet to discuss veterinary medicine and public healthcare trans-border issues. A trans-border meeting was held to discuss issues related to veterinary medicine and public healthcare. 5. ENPARD stakeholders discuss future development of Local Action Groups in Georgia. FAO brought together the stake-holders and implementing partners of the Euro-pean Neighbourhood Programme for Agricul-ture and Rural Development (ENPARD) for the 16th ENPARD stakeholders’ meeting. 6. Tajik officials learn from Georgian peers in FAO study tour. Senior staff members of Tajikistan’s Ministry of Agriculture and its Statistics Agency visited Georgia to meet with representatives of the National Statistics Office and the Ministry of Environment Protection and Agriculture in Georgia.
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    Assessment of the Agriculture and Rural Development Sectors in the Eastern Partnership Countries. Georgia (Georgian 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 in terested EaP countries. The studies 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/RE R/041/EC EU Project No. ENPI 2012/298-262

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