First training out of eight in total for tourism service providers from the Western Balkan countries/territories was organized in Krushevo, North Macedonia.
The 15km long hiking trail started in Visegradska Banja, and led through the village of Dubova, the top of Crvena Stijena and the village of Jelasci, to the picnic area in Visegradska Banja, Visegrad, B&H where a joint lunch in nature was organized for the participants.
Research, innovation and technology transfer in the agro-food sector in the Western Balkan countries,...
The objective of the project is to enhance research, innovation and technology transfer (RITT) in the agri-food sector in the Western Balkan countries/territories as well as facilitate RITT capacities related to green and clean technologies in the context of its contribution to the European Commission’s Green Agenda for the Western Balkans.
Association for Economic Development REDAH during April organized a school for agritourism/rural tourism supported by SWG in cooperation with GIZ through the project “Strengthening capacities for supporting rural development in Southeast Europe”. Four workshops/training was organized in 4 different locations in Trebinje, Ravno, Capljina, and Citluk, Bosnia and Herzegovina where participants had the opportunity to visit examples of good practice in rural tourism during the workshops.
In 2020, Tourism Organization of the City of Loznica installed tourist signalization for better visibility of touristic sights in the city which was supported within the Project: “Diversification of economic activities in rural areas of Southeast Europe: value chain investment support and capacity building” implemented by SWG RRD in partnership with GIZ.
Internal Meeting within the Project: Research, innovation and technology transfer in the agro-food sector...
The internal interim meeting for the project “Research, innovation and technology transfer in the agri-food sector in the Western Balkan countries, Phase II” take place on 15 April, as an online meeting. The purpose of the meeting was to present the progress of the respective Regional Expert Advisory Working Group (REAWG) and plan further steps.