ERFC participated in International Thematic Workshop of the “Danube – Black Sea Connection of European and Asian Economy, a Step for Substantial Growth of the Black Sea Area” (DABS) Project in Thessaloniki, Greece, 5-6 September 2014.
During the thematic workshop of DABS project at Thessaloniki, , the project partnership proceeded to the constitution of a Declaration, which is open for further support by stakeholders.
The Declaration concerns transport & logistics links, between Danube Region, Black Sea Basin Region and Adriatic Ionian and East Mediterranean Regions focusing on maritime and hinterland transport.
It is approved & supported by all project partners, namely:
Memorandum of understanding between ONMEST 2 Greece ERFC and Sustainable Tourism Structures in Greece
ONMEST 2 project, bridges 7 countries of the Mediterranean Basin, with the vision of promoting the model of sustainable tourism, identifying the particular stakeholders that could support or benefit from a common strategy towards sustainable tourism and create Local Centers of Cultures and tourism packages with sustainable characteristics for the interested communities. The above scope is embraced by dissemination activities, sensitization and awareness tools towards the diffusion of the idea of sustainable tourism within student communities, citizen initiatives, tourism professionals and public authorities, any interested body acting at local level.
The project foresees training activities so that the involved parties go through special methodologies for the realization of tourism products, propositions for local heritage validation and evaluation of customers’ satisfaction.
PRESS – RELEASE
(AGRO-START publishes three main tools – SEE Support Service Protocol, Good Practice Guide and Auto diagnostic tool)
SEE Support Service Protocol, Good Practice Guide and Auto diagnostic tool are main products developed in the project AGRO -START “Transnational network for SME support in the animal breeding and horticultural sector AGRO – START” that are published in the begging of July in seven countries ( Romania, Bulgaria, Greece, Italy, Slovenia, R. Macedonia, Albania) by 12 organizations.
EUROPEAN REGIONAL FRAMEWORK for COOPERATION (E.R.F.C) took a part in this process for preparing these three products collecting informations and good practises with the sole purpose to help to business support organization and service companies providing assistance to SMEs in target sector, organizations with good practices, representatives of SMES in target sector to develop their businesses and to make agricultural development in The South East Europe where horticulture and animal breeding play a vital role and SME’s have same problems and challenges: low use of innovation, technologies, mechanization, low education, little involvement of young people in farming, direct impact of the economic crisis, problems of making competitive products in their national, regional and on the European market. E.R.F.C. published on native language Good practise guide and SEE Support Service Protocol and will desiminate the examples to the stakeholders.