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  • 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.

  • Call for enrollment in the WF learning programme is published in Hungary

    GAK, one of the Hungarian partners and the coordinator of the project, has published the first call about the learning opportunity on its webpage. According to the information provided: 

    With the support of the EU Erasmus + WiseFarmer project, we will organize free training for small farms and family farmers between October 2020 and March 2021, with the aim of learning how to use digital tools effectively by good agricultural production practices based on local experience.

    The program provides a special opportunity to acquire knowledge and skills:

  • Audience
    WiseFarmer presented for Serbian farm advisors

    In accordance with the "Annual Advisory Plan for Agricultural Advisers and Farmers" for 2020, training for Module 14 - Digitization in Agriculture was held. The training was organized by the Institute for the Application of Science in Agriculture, under the auspices of the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management of the Republic of Serbia and in cooperation with the Faculty of Agriculture, University of Belgrade.

  • WiseFarmer project participation at EU's EIP-Agri meeting in Spain
    WiseFarmer project was represented at the seminar “New skills for digital farming", took place on 5-6 February 2020 in Aranjuez, Spain. The event, organised by the agricultural European Innovation Partnership (EIP-AGRI..), aimed to contribute to the design and implementation of approaches and tools that can help farmers and farm advisers develop the skills they need in the face of the digital transition in agriculture.
  • Farmer survey is completed
    The consortium conducted numerous interviews and collected nearly three hundred questionnaire inputs from the six participating countries, as part of the first Output of the project, that is ready now for data cleansing, statistical analísis and evaluation of the results.