A local women’s association received CAP support from a Local Action Group (LAG) to establish and promote a short supply chain for quality local food and crafts.
Projects & Practice
A group of small farmers used CAP funds to formalise their cooperation and undertake joint investments that would improve their production capacity in a cost-effective way.
A beekeeper used CAP funds to realise an investment project that would enable him to add value to his honey products and improve his position in the market.
A young farmer with reduced mobility used support from the Rural Development Programme (RDP) to expand his organic lavender farm and create jobs for people with disabilities.
Connecting local know-how and artistic creativity to promote wine production in three rural regions.
A young farmer created a new business model that combines organic farming and environmental protection with job creation and socially inclusive educational services.
This project solved problems of mobility and access to public services in an isolated territory by providing a non-polluting vehicle at an affordable cost, while encouraging carpooling and strengthening social ties.
The project converted a mobile container into a spectacular learning and meeting space to cooperate with companies and young people and improve job opportunities.
Green Care projects on family farms offer social services close to home in rural areas. They increase the quality of life for people, secure and create jobs while also helping to preserve small-scale agriculture and forestry.
A young female farmer used RDP support to develop her goat dairy farm into a dairy and become a major supplier of dairy products domestically and abroad.