Ammon news – The Department of Organic Agricultural Products of the Jordanian Ministry of Agriculture organized two workshops for a group of employees, mainly agricultural engineers from various fields of organic agriculture. The topics of the sessions were covered by our organic farming experts, who were assigned as part of the activities of the EU-funded ORGANIC ECOSYSTEM project, euneighbors reported.
The gatherings aimed to enrich their expertise and knowledge in the organic farming sector, in order to enable them to provide the necessary advice to operators and farmers and to those interested in the organic farming sector.
This activity is complementary to the implementation of a procedure provided for in the National Action Plan for Organic Agriculture (2018-2022), which aims to qualify guidance personnel specializing in various areas of organic farming. and focuses on employees located in different directions such as in Amman, Irbid, Ajloun, Jerash, Balqa, Zarqa and Mafraq, according to the neighbors.
The EU-funded ORGANIC ECOSYSTEM project aims to establish a cross-border agro-food ecosystem that will lay the foundations for the development of the entire Mediterranean organic sector.
This will be encouraged by new business alliances, the creation of innovative value chains and specialized support provided to MSMEs to increase the quality and commercialization of products and their capacities to access new markets.