FAO in Georgia
Ana Jgerenaia, 25, is a farmer from the village Gurdzemi, Martvili Municipality of Georgia. Together...
After the successful implementation of Georgia’s National Animal Identification and Traceability System (NAITS), the Food...
A Two-day agrarian market – Unique Georgian Taste - was organized in Dedaena Park with...
Editor of the famous Austrian edition Kronen Zeitung, Gregor Brandl and the representatives of the...
Launch of the second National Agrarian Olympiad was announced today. The competitions aims to promote the agricultural sector and agrarian education, raise awareness among young people on different agricultural fields, create a qualified mechanism for professional knowledge evaluation and endorse informal education in agriculture.  The Minister of Environmental Protection and Agriculture, Mr....
A two-day workshop focusing on Conservation Agriculture was organized under the ENPARD Programme by the EU and FAO. Farmers and producers from Gori and Kareli municipalities, who want to improve their production using environmental friendly and cost-saving agricultural practices, attended the event. FAO international expert talked about the principles, practices and...
Standing on a small, wooden watchtower in the middle of the Alazani Valley, surrounded by the Caucasus Mountains on one side and endless fields on the other, Shota Begiashvili recalls the nights he has spent here alone, ever since he was 10, “watching the cows.’’ Growing up as a farmer’s son,...
The past two years have been a watershed, profoundly transforming all spheres of our lives. Fortunately, science has helped us better understand and cope with the challenges brought about by COVID-19. Meanwhile, we also witnessed how the pandemic affected production, trade, logistics and the consumption of goods – including food...
Marina Rukhaia, 57, is an IDP from the village Dranda, Abkhazia. In 1993, after the war in Abkhazia, together with her husband and two children she fled to St. Petersburg, Russia. After 2 years, the family decided to return to Georgia for their children not to forget their language and...
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