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Evaluation of FAO’s Contribution to Georgia 2016-2019











Annex 1. Terms of Reference

Management response

Follow-up report


FAO. 2020. Evaluation of FAO’s contribution to Georgia 2016-2019. Country Programme Evaluation Series, 03/2020. Rome.




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    In 2003 the Government of Georgia requested the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) to provide technical assistance for the sustainable development and management of the fishery sector in the country. FAO, through its Technical Cooperation Programme (TCP), approved project TCP/GEO/2904(A), entitled: “Strengthening the Capacity of the Department of Fisheries to Support Fisheries Sector Rehabilitationâ€Â. The aim of this Fisheries Circular is first to inform those i nterested in fisheries and aquaculture in Georgia about the current situation with regard to fishery resources and their utilization in the country. Second, it attempts to provide an example of a consultative and participative policy and legal framework development process. The approach used in the preparation of the Master Plan for Fishery Sector Development in Georgia (2005–2020), the Action Plan for Fishery Sector Management and Development in Georgia (2005–2008), and the Law of Georgia for F isheries and Aquaculture could also be applicable in other countries in transition that have a relatively small fishery sector. The documents presented here are considered as final versions and cleared as such by the Department of Fisheries (DoF) of the Ministry of Agriculture of Georgia. All the documents are also available in the Georgian language from the DoF in Tbilisi. At the time of publication, the DoF is steering the approval process of the Master Plan, Action Plan and Law within t he Government of Georgia and has already started to implement the Action Plan. The Review of the Current Status of Fisheries Resources and Utilization in Georgia is presented in the first part of this Fisheries Circular. The second part contains the final version of the Master Plan for Fishery Sector Development in Georgia, 2005–2020, while the third part provides the Action Plan for Fishery Sector Management and Development in Georgia, 2005–2008. The final draft version of the Law of Geor gia for Fisheries and Aquaculture is presented in the fourth part. The last part contains a summary report of the proceedings and recommendations of the Workshop on Fisheries Management and Development (Batumi, 19 August 2004), the Workshop on Fisheries Legislation and Management, (Tbilisi, 11 and 18 February 2005), and the National Conference on Fisheries Management and Development in Georgia (Tbilisi, 15–16 June 2005).
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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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    The electronic newsletter from the FAO Representation in Georgia features the following articles: 1.Austria’s Foreign Affairs Ministry official Dr.Donatus Köck, Head of the Office of the Austrian Development Agency Gerhard Schaumberger, Deputy Minister of Agriculture Revaz Asatiani and Assistant FAO Representavive in Georgia Mamuka Meskhi visited the Tsalka Municipality to inspect the touristic infrastructure established under the FAO project entitled “Capacity Development of Agriculture of Geor gia.” 2.Exchanging experience and information on food loss and waste reduction in Georgia was the main objective of the stakeholders’ consultation workshop held on 24 May 2017 in Tbilisi. The workshop was organized by the European Union (EU) and Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) within the European Neighbourhood Programme for Agriculture and Rural Development (ENPARD). 3.A high-level delegation from Georgia, led by deputy minister of agriculture Revaz Asatiani, was on an agricultural study tour in Hungary. Part of the programme was getting a first-hand experience on FAO’s work, in particular on food waste.

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