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The Power of Women: Female Farmers in Montenegro

Recognizing the importance of integrating women into agriculture, female farmers are working to overcome traditional family roles and misperceptions about the role of women in agriculture. Thirty-seven small holder female farmers in Montenegro have benefitted from grants from the Montenegro Institutional Development and Agricultural Strengthening (MIDAS) to improve their farms. Ljiljana K.,...
Montenegro
2013

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Consumption and perception of processed fruits in the Western Balkan region

The aim of the study was to gain a better understanding of the consumption and perception of processed fruits in Western Balkan countries in order to support consumer-oriented product development. In-depth interviews (n ¼ 183) were used to explore the consumption of processed fruits, the motives to consume such fruits...
Bosnia and Herzegovina - Croatia - Montenegro - Serbia - Slovenia - North Macedonia
2012

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High Nature Value Farming in South-Eastern Europe

Policy Opportunities and Challenges in the EU Accession
The concept of HNV farmland is a novelty for the South Eastern Europe (SEE) countries. But even in the absence of detailed studies it is clear that the generally very extensive character of agriculture in these countries suggests that there are large areas of HNV farmland in a variety of...
Croatia - Montenegro - Serbia - North Macedonia - Türkiye
2011 - European Forum on Nature Conservation and Pastoralism

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High Nature Value Farming in the Western Balkans:

Current Status and Key Challenges – a Scoping Document
The Western Balkan countries are all in a process of accession to the European Union. Croatia, Macedonia and Montenegro have the status of candidate countries. Albania, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo under UNSCR 1244/99 are potential candidate countries, with the prospect of joining the EU when they meet the...
Albania - Bosnia and Herzegovina - Croatia - Montenegro - Serbia - North Macedonia
2011 - European Forum on Nature Conservation and Pastoralism
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