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Jara the Movie - Full movie online

Jara the Movie is now available online. 

JARA is a fairy tale journey through one year in the mountains of Ajara.  A story of the shifting boundary between human habitat and wild nature, portrays everyday lives in the changing seasons. It tells of bees in the forest, of the beauty and ruthlessness of and inevitability of nature, of people and of predators and of co-existence and conflict. The wooden jara in the forest and the bees living within it are the fixed point in the story.

The main backer of Jara is the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) through the Mercy Corps Georgia implemented Alliances Caucasus Programme.


Georgian Milk Mark

The ‘Georgian Milk’ mark differentiates dairy products made from natural raw milk and milk powder. The purpose of the mark is to promote products made from Georgian natural raw milk, which will help consumers make informed decisions while buying milk and other dairy products. The ‘Georgian Milk’ mark will be found only on dairy products produced from Georgian natural raw milk and which do not contain milk powder and/or any vegetable oils.

Discover Georgia: the land of the oldest honey GEO voice over
Discover Georgia: the land of the oldest honey

Georgia, the birthplace of wine, is also known as the land of the oldest honey discovered; Home for 13,000 flora species, blooming from semi desert to sub-tropical and alpine zones, Georgia is a true bliss for Caucasian Grey bee to make honey of distinguished taste. More than that, Georgia is one of the few places in the world, where wild bees are used by local people to produce wild honey called Jara.

Jara - Traditional Georgian Beehive

In the report from Akhali Kvira,TV Programme (Public Broadcaster) you will see traditional Georgian beehives attached to the rocks.  This is a method which is still practiced in mountainous Ajara and is known as Jara.

Slovenia shows how truly dedicated promotion can support a sector

The ALCP noticed the points of comparison between Slovenia and Georgia when attending the Apimondia 2017 event. The Slovenian display showcasing honey tourism and the integration of honey production into the general promotion of Slovenia as a desirable destination was amazing.


LATEST NEWS
ILO ALCP Dairy Study Now Out
17/06/2020
The International Labor Organization’s (ILO) Better Cheese, better work: The Alliances Caucasus Programme’s Impact on Informality and Working Conditions in Georgia’s Dairy Sector which explores formalization within  the dairy value chain in Georgia stemming from ALCP market systems interventions, is now available on the ALCP website. The ILO and ALCP worked together from summer 2019 to bring this research to completion. There are several reasons for the timeliness and importance of this report; chief amongst them is the ever present need for lessons learnt from MSD programmes, which can be applied in others, secondly the need to demonstrate the efficacy of the approach with a detailed account of systemic change and thirdly the growing importance in development programming of evaluating the efficacy of the MSD approach to develop quality employment at scale. 
Georgian Milk Mark on National TV
10/06/2020
From the beginning of June, the two most popular national TV stations Imedi TV and TV Pirveli have been broadcasting the Georgian Milk Mark (GMM) animation video five times a day during prime time for free as a part of social advertising. Those televisions have national coverage reaching a high number of consumers. There are now ten GMM dairy enterprises’ products available in fifteen supermarket chains across Georgia. Detailed information to be found on www.georgianmilk.ge.
New Beekeeper Info Links Launched
22/05/2020
On the May 20th, 4,400 beekeepers registered in the new GBU database received an SMS notification from the Georgian Beekeepers Union (GBU) on how to treat Varroa, the most common bee disease in Georgia. The GBU will continue informing its members through phone Facebook. And their new official webpage is now online: www.geobeekeepers.ge. Created in 2018, the GBU is an umbrella association uniting ten beekeeping associations and three commercial beekeeping companies.  
LATEST PUBLICATIONS
Monitoring of Livestock Seasonal Movement on the AMR - June, 2020
The story of MSD: achieving sustainable development at scale
The ALCP's Impact on Informality & Working Conditions in Georgia's Dairy Sector