Project description:

This project aims to get professional qualifications to promote entrepreneurship in women and men who have bet or are interested in committing to innovation on rural areas to develop their career in agri-food industry.

 

 

The program could be considered as a tool to foster entrepreneurship in the agri-food industry in rural areas, though integration into the digital training of young people, by learning business management specifically adapted to the food industry in rural areas and analysis and exchange of best practices.

Target groups of rural agree project is agri-food training centers, agricultural associations, local and regional governments, training centers, NGO’s, women associations, residents in rural areas etc.

The partnership consists of Belgium (Syntra West), Italy (Lamoro Development Agency), Finland (KAJAANIN AMMATTIKORKEAKOULU), Hungary (University of Debrecen DE), Greece (European Institute for Local Development), Romania (Creator European Consultants), Spain (SARGA).

Full title: Digital Training for entrepreneurship in the agri-food sector in rural areas

Start: 01.11.2016

Finish: 31.10.2018

Programme: Erasmus+

Sub-Programme: Key Action 2

Website: www.ruralagree.eu

 

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Step by Step Program Bulgaria

Step by Step Program ­ Bulgaria was established as an NGO by Open Society Foundation on March 12th 1998.

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Education of the XXI century

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  • Dissemination and implementation of the ideas for democratic education in Bulgaria;
  • Introducing new educational technologies;
  • Encouraging the family involvement in education;
  • Providing equal access to quality education for minority children, with disabilities and children in social isolation.


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