Sectors: Agriculture - Fisheries, Co-op & Development, Economy - Finances, Education - Training, Environment, Industry, Information, Local development
Beneficiaries: Development NGOs, Federations Unions, International Organisation, Non-profit organisations, Research centres, Training centres, Universities
Regions: Africa-Carribean-Pacific, Asia, Candidate countries, European Economic Area, European Union
Category: Call for proposals
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Asia: Afghanistan, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Cambodia, East Timor, Laos, Myanmar, Nepal, Yemen
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Responsible: European Commission
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This call for proposals under the EU-ainda program (Integrated Action for Nutrition and Agricultural Development) aims to contribute to reducing chronic food insecurity in regions and develop people’s resilience.
Priorities and funded actions:
– To promote animal consumption and access to animal ownership while increasing opportunities for sustainable management and improving food of rural populations.
Among financed actions
– To support activities for animal production of short cycle and productivity of the chain
– To improve the chain organization
– Care of the animal to reduce the risk of contamination and improve animal health
– Promotion and dissemination of technology and best agricultural technologies and improve the training of farmers
– Construction of buildings for veterinary centers or livestock
– To promote the most productive forage species in particular in the areas of livestock grazing
– Actions aiming at the conservation of animal products and derivatives
– Awareness campaign to a healthy , varied and balanced diet and consumption of animal protein
– All actions aiming to increase the production, processing, marketing and consumption of animal products and the income of small farmers