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“Baku Food Hackathon” trainings were held.
The trainings on “Baku Food Hackathon” jointly organized by the European Union Delegation to Azerbaijan, “Young European Ambassadors” network and the “AgriVision” project were held on November 13-14 and 20-21.
During the trainings that were held to make the start-up ideas going to be supported in the Baku Food Hackathon, which is planned to be held on November 27-28, more effective and efficient, the representatives of IT and Start-up communities based in Baku together with local food producers from regions informed the participants interested in this field about the most important problems and opportunities related to the production, distribution and consumption of local food. Also, the selected food producers and service providers from Lankaran economic region had the opportunity to share their experiences and the real-life challenges they faced with the participants.
Each training session started with a brief presentation by the project coordinator of Eurasia Partnership Foundation Ramin Safarzade on the “AgriVision” project and “Baku Food Hackathon”. On November 13th and 20th, the Food Value Chain specialist Yagub Zeynalzade spoke on “The challenges faced by food producers” and “Traditional products and agrarian tourism”. On November 14th and 21st, the training on “Technological solutions to agricultural problems” and “Application areas of information technology” was held under the mentorship of program architect Babek Nagiyev. At the end of each module, the Q&A session was held to listen to the participants’ opinions on the discussed topics and answer their questions, at the same time participants had the opportunity to exchange views with mentors during the tea break.
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