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Interview of Helen Bradbury, the ALCP Team Leader with Agrogaremo TV, where she speaks about the programme support to agri journalism development.

BEAM Webinar on Formalisation and the MSD approach

The ILO selected the ALCP to conduct a field study on the links between market access, enterprise formalisation and decent work. The ALCP successfully used the MSD approach to encourage formalisation of farmers and agri-businesses in the Georgian dairy sector.

The webinar, where the ALCP Team Leader was invited as a key speaker, showed how this was achieved. It discussed the interventions used and the results in terms of growth, market access and improved working conditions

Emili Family Investigates the Georgian Milk Mark

The Georgian Milk Mark investigated by popular Emily Family Youtube channel.

Emili Investigates the Georgian Milk Mark

Emili, an internet sensation in Georgia, watched by thousands of children and their parents, decided to ‘investigate’ the Georgian Milk Mark (GMM) through ALCP facilitation.


Jara the Movie - Full movie online

Jara the Movie is now available online. 

JARA is a fairy tale journey through one year in the mountains of Ajara.  A story of the shifting boundary between human habitat and wild nature, portrays everyday lives in the changing seasons. It tells of bees in the forest, of the beauty and ruthlessness of and inevitability of nature, of people and of predators and of co-existence and conflict. The wooden jara in the forest and the bees living within it are the fixed point in the story.

The main backer of Jara is the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) through the Mercy Corps Georgia implemented Alliances Caucasus Programme.


Georgian Milk Mark

The ‘Georgian Milk’ mark differentiates dairy products made from natural raw milk and milk powder. The purpose of the mark is to promote products made from Georgian natural raw milk, which will help consumers make informed decisions while buying milk and other dairy products. The ‘Georgian Milk’ mark will be found only on dairy products produced from Georgian natural raw milk and which do not contain milk powder and/or any vegetable oils.

LATEST NEWS
Georgian Honey Export Expands
16/02/2021
Nena a honey export company has been exporting since 2019. Chestnut and Jara honey have been sold in twenty shops in New York, Pennsylvania and New Jersey from January, 2021. Nena also exported Jara honey to Japan. And by the end of February, Bio Jara honey, a new product will be exported to the USA. Canada is a promising market and has repeated its order for the fourth time.
Jara Beekeeping a National Treasure
05/02/2021
Producing honey in Jara hives has officially been granted Intangible Cultural Heritage status by the National Agency for Cultural Heritage Preservation of Georgia. The Jara Beekeepers Association (JBA) applied to the Agency back in 2020. Jara is traditional wild beekeeping, a practice which almost died out but which has since 2014 begun a slow revival with the facilitation of the ALCP. The ancient tradition with strong roots in traditional agriculture, culture represents a unique way of life. The status recognizes Jara’s need to be preserved for future generations earning a place amongst other honourable Georgian traditions, including, Qvevri wine-making and Georgian song and dances. This status and will contribute to its further preservation and promotion. It also brings hope and feeling of pride to those beekeepers who are continuing or are now taking Jara beekeeping up. Jara has been on a fascinating journey since 2014. This journey includes The first commercial harvesting, registering the Jara honey mark, being promoted at the international exhibitions, first Bio certification, being taught at the VET college and reaching export markets in the US and Canada. And we can be sure, more things are on their way.  
Power of Christmas Spirit Shown by Municipal Women’s Rooms
21/01/2021
Christmas is a magical time awakening the holiday spirit in us. They say, Christmas is the spirit of giving without a thought of getting. Before Christmas this year, the managers of the municipal Women’s Rooms in Kakheti, who like everyone else have adapted themselves to remote working due to the COVID-19 pandemic, established an online Christmas Charity Auction on Facebook to help families in need affected by the pandemic. The managers selected seven families in need for help. Their stories are heartbreaking; of a single mother, a victim of domestic violence, raising her children by herself, grandparents raising orphans, a child with disabilities and families with many children living in extreme poverty. Up to five hundred people joined in the auction donating or buying things in the auction with the money raised going for donation. The auction raised more than two thousand Gel over two weeks and besides money, the families received sweets, books, gifts; and special food for a girl with Celiac Disease. The Christmas of the seven families was changed for the better. The Christmas Charity Auction finished on the 7th of January, though the online group on Facebook remains active, as the Women’s Rooms are planning to continue sharing the act of kindness with families in need and are open to anyone willing to contribute to any future auctions. There are twenty-eight Women's Rooms in twenty-seven municipalities of four regions of Georgia. Find more about Women’s Rooms here.
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