Home » Visegrad experience for small scale family farms in Serbia

Visegrad experience for small scale family farms in Serbia

ceeweb_logo
serbija-ang
Juniperia_logoFull
ekocentar_Serbia
daphne_logo
nkp

CEEweb together with its partners from Serbia, namely: Young Researchers of Serbia and Eko-Centar, as well as its partners from the Visegrad countries: Juniperia, Daphne – Institute of Applied Ecology and Naturalists Club Poland  has launched a project on experience sharing and capacity building about small-scale farming. The general objective of the project is to place small family farms at the centre of food security, local economy and environmental protection in rural Emerald communities in Serbia. The project will thus contribute to social, economic and environmental objectives at the same time.

Main activities of the project:

  • Surveying the farmers’ knowledge and needs through a questionnaire
  • Organizing local trainings in Serbia for small-scale farmers in April-June 2015. Information regarding local trainings in Serbia is available in Serbian language on the webpage of Young Researchers of Serbia.
    • Zasavica Natural Reserve, 6-8th April 2015 (event page here). Press Release
    • Gostoljublje Tourist Domain, 20-22nd May 2015 (event page here).
    • Bor Lake, 8-10th June 2015 (even page here)
  • Organizing a closing workshop and conference for stakeholders to disseminate the results and discuss follow up in March 2016. More information regarding the event is available here.
  • Sharing information and experiences through training material, website, online guidance document and the social media throughout the project

Resources:

Visegrad experience for small-scale family farms in Serbia. Outcomes of the Szeged conference

Questionnaire for Serbian farmers

Report and Conclusions of Bor Lake Training EKOcentar

Project Report Eko Centar for the 1st period

Project Report of Young Researchers of Serbia for the 1st period

Project Report of Young Researchers of Serbia for the 2nd period

How to become viable? A guidance material for small-scale farmers

Making small-scale farmers profitable. Sharing experience from Visegrad countries to Serbian farmers (English)

Making small-scale farmers profitable. Sharing experience from Visegrad countries to Serbian farmers (Serbian)

Belgrade Conference and Workshop Report 

 

The project is generously funded through the International Visegrad Fund, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Korea and the European Commission. The donors are not responsible for the views expressed on this project website or any materials produced in the project.

mofa_logo_toplogo_ivf

ec-logo-st-rvb-web_en