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  • Getting ready for the pilot

    The two main online pillars, the BigBlueButton platform for communication and the Drupal Opigno platform for e-learning have been set up, 10" Lenovo LTE tablets with data SIM cards are being set up in Hungary.
    Pre-pilot multiplication event is prepared as a physical one in Beograd, while as an online one in Hungary (on the 3rd November 2020).   

  • Facilitator training – for facilitators in Serbia – 21.10.2020. – F2F

    Facilitator training meeting as stated in planned agenda aimed to reinforce trainers / facilitators and advisors to adopt and clarify methodology for Intergenerational P2P learning and online collaboration. There were 14 participants, including 4 farm advisory participants, who are leaders of the mentored pairs of farmers.

  • Facilitator training in Kecskemét, Hungary

    The Hungarian partners are implementing the training of facilitators in two steps and locations. The first event was organized on 29 September 2020 in Kecskemét, at the demonstration and educational farm of the College of Horticulture.  In October it will be followed in the West Hungary with communication and digital facilitation training. 


    The draft agenda of the event was: 

    9:30-12:00 Project information

    WF Background, concept and work plan
    WF Guide for Facilitators

    12:00-13:00 Lunch break

  • First phase project results are available on our website

    We have set up a separate page to summarize project results and list relevant files, which can directly be opened in the PDF Viewer application of the platform.

    For example, you can browse the results of the WiseFarmer Survey, or the documents created for project participants, as well as dissemination materials.

  • WiseFarmer project represented by SEASN on FAO Webinar

    The Virtual event took place on 10/06/2020 on the topic "Extension and advisory services on the frontline of COVID-19 response for resilient and sustainable food systems in Europe and Central Asia".

    Across the globe, the pandemic has generated extreme vulnerability in the agricultural sector, confronting governments with the multiple challenges of protecting human lives, and livelihoods, as well as, and ensuring sufficient food supplies and basic services for the most needy.