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Georgian Smoked Sulguni in New York

TV slot on the programme client Tsezari Kakhadze, who has started distributing smoked sulguni cheese in New York. News article here.

Ecotourism in Ajara

Ecotours Georgia is Tbilisi based company that was established by wildlife conservationists and nature lovers with aim to develop sustainable tourism in Georgia. ALCP Ajara facilitated Ecotours Georgia to expand its activities in Ajara and add nature tours to stimulate rural tourism that is viewed as an opportunity to diversify and improve the local economy. Promotion of this sector can play a significant role in the sustainable development of Ajara rural areas, it can motivate farmers to expand their activities, open up a new selling market of locally sourced products for SSLP’s and link the consumption of local products to their place of origin.

To promote and raise awareness on rural tourism in Ajara region, promotional video was filmed in Ajara protected areas, high mountainous pastures and Batumi Botanical Garden showing the beauty of the local nature, traditions, wildlife, etc.
Follow the link to visit company's official website www.ecotours.ge 

Why the DCED Standard Matters to Us - Helen Bradbury, ALCP

DCED Global Seminar on Results Measurement was held in Bangkok from 14 to 16 March 2016. The presentations and discussions on the topics such as: measuring women's economic empowerment, assessing attribution, measuring job creation, and using results information to manage programmes - were included in the seminar, which is held in every two years by DCED. 130 participants from 38 countries, representing 52 organizations, field programmes and donor agencies - attended the event.

The ALCP presentation by Helen Bradbury (team leader) was named within the top three most appreciated seasons of DCED Global Seminar by the attended audience.

Video Lessons on Livestock Sector

Programme initiated preparing of video lessons on the livestock sector to improve farmer livelihoods by using internet and mobile technology that will provide access to qualified peer advice on how to maximize income from farming.  Mosavali, agro video producer, was financed to prepare 8 videos on the livestock sector, that was disseminated through social networks and is gaining viewers on the daily basis.

Here are topics and links for the videos:

Treatment for Antrax Disease

Cattle Nutrition

Birth of the Calves

Treatment for Brucellosis Disease

Proper Milking of Cow

Cattle Vaccination

Treatment for Foot and Mouth Disease

Treatment for Mastitis

The Road Full Movie

The Road – a beautifully shot documentary capturing the reality and dichotomies of the people who use the ancient transhumance route; the lifeline of livestock in Georgia

Produced by Eco Films http://ecofilms.ge/
Commissioned by ALCP

LATEST NEWS
First Time: Packaged Jara Honey
21/02/2019
Jara honey, collected from the local beekeepers in Ajara, has been officially branded and packaged for the first time. It is now ready to enter the international markets. 
Breakthrough Legislation for Honey Sector
9/02/2019
On 8th of November, 2018, the Government of Georgia adopted regulation #525, which forbids registration of the vet drugs containing prohibited antibiotics, like, chloramphenicol, metronidazole, dimetridazole, ronidazole, nitrofuran (including furazolidone) which are widely used in beekeeping. The regulation entered into force on 1st of January, 2019 and was nationally covered by the media outlets. The regulation was proposed by the Veterinary Department of the NFA, after this constraint was raised at the first Honey Sector Advisory Committee on 22nd of June, 2018, which brought together honey stakeholders to discuss tackling the high levels of antibiotic residues in honey which are limiting the development of the honey sector.                                           
Veterinary Surveillance Points in OIE publication
8/02/2019
An article about Veterinary Surveillance Points (VSP) has been published in a quarterly bulletin of OIE – the World Organization for Animal Health. The article covers topics on the tradition of livestock seasonal movement in Georgia, the necessity of establishing VSPs and the importance of the points in animal health control throughout the country. The author of the publication is the Head of the Veterinary Department of the National Food Agency and the OIE Delegate of Georgia - Lasha Avaliani. Please follow the link: Oiebulletin/veterinary-surveillance-points
LATEST PUBLICATIONS
Developing Media Markets to Address Agricultural Constraints Case Study-January 2019
This case study was produced by Rachel Shah and Kate Fogelberg in collaboration with the ALCP team in Georgia
Developing Media Markets to Address Agricultural Constraints SUMMARY VERSION
Do’s and Don’ts Antibiotic Use Infographic