Lebanon: EU-funded ORGANIC ECOSYSTEM launches a capacity building programme for 11 innovators

November 4, 2021
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A 4 days training program has been launched by the Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture of Zahle and Bekaa, in collaboration with the Lebanese Ministry of Agriculture and Biomass, for 11 new business ideas in the organic sector.

While the three first days will be operated virtually, the fourth day will gather all the innovators at the Biomass facility in Jrebta, Lebanon.

The training program on innovative organic value chain aims to increase SMEs competitiveness and facilitate market access at the national and cross border levels.

EU-funded ORGANIC ECOSYSTEM project intends to establish a cross-border agro-food ecosystem which will set the ground for the development of the Mediterranean whole organic sector.

This will be encouraged through new business alliances, creation of innovative value chains, and specialized support provided to MSMEs to increase the quality and the commercialization of products and their capacities to access to new markets.

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