The objective of the REAWG is to assess the multiple impacts of COVID-19 on agriculture, food and rural areas as well as on respective policies in the Western Balkans, to summarize the respective national actions and measures taken for coping with the crisis and for mitigating their effects, and to propose respective strategic approaches and policies, as well as joint actions for overcoming the consequences, providing stimuli to accelerate the recovery and to build resilience.
Regional cooperation for evidence-based and EU compliant policy development for economic diversification of rural...
The overall objective of the project is to formulate regional recommendations for evidence based and EU compliant policy on diversification in rural areas, which would be endorsed by national authorities responsible for implementation in SEE countries.
Interim meeting for the project “Study on the research, innovation and technology transfer capacities...
The project is financed by DG JRC and implemented by SWG. The purpose of the meeting is to report on progress so far, achievements and deviations from the plan (including impact of the current crisis on the performance) and agree on the next steps for successful completion of the project’s objectives.
The final meeting of the REAWG on Quality Policy gathered national, regional, international experts and representatives of the relevant authorities to present and discuss the final findings of the assessment of the schemes of geographical indications and traditional specialties in the Western Balkans.
Explore-Balkans is a product of the project “Support to the Inbound Tourism Development in the Western Balkans Cross-Border Rural Areas”, implemented by the Regional Rural Development Standing Working Group in SEE (SWG) and co-financed by the USAID Economic Development, Governance and Enterprise Growth Project and SWG.
The final meeting of the Regional Expert Advisory Working Group (REAWG) on the Impact of COVID-19 on agriculture, food and rural areas in the WB gathered national and regional experts as well as representatives of relevant institutions to discuss the findings of the REAWG on the impact of COVID-19 on agriculture, food and rural areas in the Western Balkans.