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Contract farming as a means to coordinate linkages between farmers and agribusiness firms is being...
On 9 January 2016, state authorities and international experts discussed and analysed the legal and...
A massive increase in animal production over the past few decades has raised a wide...
Georgia saw its first cases of lumpy skin disease in late 2016.  To prevent further...

The FAO Representation in Georgia and the Government of Georgia signed COUNTRY PROGRAMMING FRAMEWORK FOR GEORGIA 2016-2020, which established the broad commitment of FAO to assist the Government of Georgia in its efforts to achieve national development objectives. The CPF has four priority areas: Institutional development, Regional and sectoral development – value chain development, Food safety, veterinary and plant protection and Climate Change, Environment and Biodiversity.

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