Best agricultural practices in my farm

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Visitors from Romania and Moldova to the village of Malak Preslavets, Silistra Region

The project aims to involve 150 — 200 farmers and rural stakeholders from 6 vulnerable to nitrate pollution regions in the Lower Danube Basin in Bulgaria, Romania and Moldova in the effective implementation of the Rules for Good Agricultural Practice contributing to the reduction of negative impacts of agriculture on the quality of surface and ground waters. Local NGOs in cooperation with specialists, farmers, media and others will help reinforce national and transboundary cooperation and the ecosystem approach for protecting the Danube River. The project is implemented with the financial support of UNDP/GEF within the framework of the Regional Cooperative Grants Programme “Danube Regional Grants” managed by the Regional Environmental Center for Central and Eastern Europe. The target group comprises farmers, agricultural producers, specialists, media and the larger local community. The project has about 500 direct and 12 000 indirect beneficiaries with impact on the better part of the population in the rural areas. The total project budget is 36 600 USD.

Major activities

Poster BG, RO, MD PDF file (PDF, 500 KB)
Press release PDF file (PDF, 11 KB)
Best agricultural practice PDF file (PDF, 44 KB)
Code of Good agricultural practice PDF file (PDF, 32 KB)