» Launching Baku Idea Lab
On February 16, 2018, Eurasia Partnership Foundation (hereafter EFP) held an opening ceremony of Baku Idea Lab. The event brought together representatives of embassies and international organizations accredited in Azerbaijan. In addition, the representatives from fifteen youth initiatives attended the event. The ceremony opened with a welcome speech by Christian Kamill, Chargé d´affaires of the Embassy of Sweden in Baku. Naila Hashimova, President of EPF, greeted the guests and gave an overview of EPF’s achievements for the past decade. Nazakat Azimli and Ilaha Abasli, founders of the Lab, have highlighted that the Lab will provide a space for the youth-led social initiatives. The members of the lab will also benefit from workshops and master classes that will help them to boost their impact. The event concluded with presentations of four youth initiatives operating in Azerbaijan. Baku Idea Lab aims to serve as a resource center, incubator, and public platform for the raft of new grassroots social initiatives led by young people, which has sprung in Azerbaijan in recent years. The primary goal is to amplify the voices of existing initiatives, support the establishment of new ones, bring their work to wider audiences, and encourage networking among the initiatives.
The closing press conference of the “AgriVision” project was held.
On November 25, the closing press conference of the “AgriVision” project, financed by the European Union, implemented jointly by Eurasia Partnership Foundation and “Constitution” Research Foundation, was held. Since 2020, the project has provided support for the further development and additional income of small and medium enterprises in the Lankaran-Astara Economic Region. The main goals […]Read More Nov 26
Another study tour was organized for representatives of agri/eco tourism destinations.
Within the framework of the “AgriVision” project implemented by Eurasia Partnership Foundation with the financial support of the European Union, representatives of selected agri/eco-tourism destinations from the Lankaran-Astara economic region participated in the next study tour in Turkey on September 12-16. The main objective of the tour was to equip the participants with ideas and […]Read More Oct 5
EU project organized visits to agri-tourism destinations in the southern region.
Within the framework of the “AgriVision” project funded by the European Union and implemented by Eurasia Partnership Foundation and “Constitution” Research Foundation, “Open Farm Days” – free-of-charge trips organized to agri-tourism destinations located in Lankaran, Astara, and Lerik regions on July 22, 23 and 24. Transportation, entrance to tourism destinations, and tea break expenses were […]Read More Aug 28