Tuesday, August 4, 2020

Multi-Country Seminar: “Establishment of the IPARD operating structures”, 28th -29th April 2010, Albania

The seminar was the first in the training sequence of the multi-country TAIEX seminars focused on IPARD operating structures. Experiences and lessons learned regarding the IPA structure, bodies and authorities for implementing the IPARD programme were presented to the representatives of the Ministries of agriculture from the EU candidate and potential candidate countries.

Training on Development and improvement of communication, presentation and negotiation skills, 21-29 November, 2009,...

The objective of the seminar was to improve the communication skills of the SWG delegates (target group) including presentation and negotiation skills in order to support the professional appearance of the SWG as well as to support the single delegates in their working environment.

InWEnt Training on Branding of Regions and Products, 21-26 September, 2009, Zschortau, Germany

The overall goal of the entire capacity building sequence was to strengthen local and regional specialists, executives and decision-makers in their capacities and skills...

SEE Conference on Sheep and Goat Breeding and the Regional Sheep and Goat Breeders’...

The Regional Rural Development Standing Working Group in SEE (SWG) under the auspices of the Macedonian Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Economy and in cooperation with GTZ, as well as other institutions and donors, organized the Regional Conference on Sheep and Goat Breeding and the Sheep and Goat Breeders’ Day in SEE.

Training of Rural Women for Production of Traditional Wool Handicrafts, 4-8 March, 2009, Dimitrovgrad,...

Ten to fifteen rural women from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Croatia were trained for preparation of wool handicrafts (hats, slippers, souvenirs). The training was conducted by 2 trainers from Macedonia.

Harmonization of the Wine legislation

The regions important for the production of wine are situated mainly in the Southern part of BiH. The most important wine-growing areas are in the Herzegovina-Neretva and West Herzegovina cantons in the FBiH, and in the Trebinje municipality in the RS.