Traditionally Fair was organized for the eight time. In addition to the exhibition sales of traditional products and the opening ceremony companied by the traditional folklore dance, important segment was also small art exhibition prepared by the elementary school pupils with the topic “My city in the heart”, a music competition of young talents, competition for “The best cake” and Lecture for the beekeepers on the topic “Philosophy of the bees and successful beekeeping”.
Homemade Fair was organized in Rudo, small municipality located on the border with three countries Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, and Montenegro. The Fair was attended by one hundred and forty (140) exhibitors from the Western Balkan region, representatives of women associations, agricultural households, companies, cooperatives, youth association, association of children with disability.
SWG staff had a chance to exchange experience on SWG activities in the Western Balkan region and the role of SWG PMU Offices, to gain new contacts and to taste traditional products from the region.
This activity is supported by the project: “Promotion of Economic Diversification of Rural Areas in Southeast Europe (SEDRA II) in SEE- Value chain capacity building on agriculture and rural tourism to streamline rural employment opportunities” implemented in partnership by GIZ North Macedonia and Regional Rural Development Standing Working Group (SWG RRD).