Algeria: ENPARD South workshop to support agriculture sectors development

May 23, 2016
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The European Neighbourhood Programme for Agriculture and Rural Development (ENPARD) South Support Programme (ESSP II) is organising a national workshop on 26 May in Algeria on “Sectors, Integrated Agricultural Poles and Territorial Clusters” to study the territorial construction dynamics necessary for the emergence of integrated agricultural poles and how they can address issues inherent to the agricultural sector.  
The workshop will be an opportunity to discuss major cross-cutting issues of agricultural sectors development in Algeria, prerequisites for institutional plans, techniques and materials for the establishment of integrated agricultural poles. It will also allow to collectively study opportunities of setting-up poles in different Algerian wilayas (governorates).
ENPARD has been designed to support the EU’s Southern Neighbourhood countries in their agricultural and rural development. The initiative aims to support the formulation and implementation of renewed public policies in order to meet the challenges of food security, diversification of rural economies and governance in agriculture and management of rural areas. (EU Neighbourhood Info)
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Countries covered:

  • Algeria