FAO in Georgia
Kutaisi– As part of the gastronomic exhibition Zarzeimi, the third Unique Georgian Taste agro-market was...
The Veterinary Department of the National Food Agency of Georgia and FAO Georgia organized a...
FAO Representative in Georgia Mr. Raimund Jehle met with Ms. Nino Tandilashvili, Deputy Minister of...
  The second National Agricultural Olympiad was held in Georgia. Giorgi Khanishvili, the First Deputy Minister of...
EU and FAO, in cooperation with Agromotors, a provider of agricultural machinery, trained 20 farmers on how to take the best advantage of their agricultural machinery they have received with the financial support from the EU-FAO agricultural grants cycle under the ENPARD III Programme. The training took place in Tamariani village...
Over the past three years, more than 600 farmers received community or individual support under the FAO and the Austrian Development Cooperation (ADC) project. The project was implemented in Shida Kartli, Racha-Lechkhumi and Kvemo Svaneti regions, aiming to develop rural communities, strengthen the commercial activities of the rural population, increase...
Over 20 walnut and almond producers participated in the trainings organized by EU and FAO under the EU Innovative Action for Private Sector Competitiveness in Georgia, implemented through EU4Business programme. Federico Lopez Larrinaga, expert in walnut and almond farm management, brought the best international experience to the farmers and agronomists...
20 grapevine producers participated in training held at several locations in Kakheti, a traditional winemaking region of Georgia. The international expert , Julio Prieto, specialized on phytosanitary problems of grapevine from the Ministry of Agriculture of Spain conducted these trainings with the support of the European Union and FAO in...
Over 200 hectares of land sown with innovative no-till method In 2021, 62 new cereal farmers in 14 villages of Shida Kartli region of Georgia decided to switch to no-tillage, joining the Conservation Agriculture system introduced by EU and FAO to increase yields and lower cultivation costs while increasing resilience...