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Development Association Of Halkidiki S.A.

The “Development Association of Halkidiki SA (LGA)” with the distinct title “ANETXA SA” is a public body anonymous company founded in 1992. The Headquarter offices of ANETXA SA are located in Poligiros, the capital city of Halikidiki. 

The Strategic goals of ANETXA SA are: 1. To promote the entrepreneurial, economic and generally the sustainable development of the wider region 2. To provide scientific and technical support to Local Administration and other decentralized bodies 3. To implement environmental protection actions 4. To participate in programs or to implement inter regional cooperation Projects Furthermore, the operational objectives of the company are: 1. To design the strategic development of the Prefecture, to promote National of the E.U. Projects and to provide technical support in   the materialization of Projects funded by national and/or E.U. funds. 2. To assist and promote the local development initiatives and innovations, to develop the human capital and to provide high-quality social support and employment growth services. The enlargement of the local employment market and the exchange of information experiences, based on the modern technologies, so as to encourage communication between local entrepreneurs and the markets. 3. To assume and develop feasibility studies of developmental content on behalf of bodies of the private, public and the wider social sectors or within the framework of its general development initiatives. 4. To manage and operate the Zervohoria Industrial Park in Platanohori (Municipality of Poligiros), and to act in any way necessary to fulfil its goals. 5. To create the conditions for the continuous and integrated development of the area, based on the local forces and, in general, to promote the local growth a stress on the development of the rural areas. 6. To organize the Company in such a way so that it contributes effectively and permanently on the modernization and employment of the wider area. The Development Association of Halkidiki S.A specializes in providing technical and financial support of individuals and organizations (private and public) in developmental actions in the fields of: – Agricultural development – Small and Medium Enterprises (Investments market surveys etc.) – Tourism and cultural development – Protection and development of natural resources and environment – Protection and restoration of cultural heritage – Research and development of high-tech centers and promotion of new technologies. – Land use planning – International cooperation and activities for the period of 2007-2013, ANETXA SA among its other activities has implemented three large Local Development Programs in Halkidiki: 1. Acting as a Local Action Group (LAG) in Halkidiki for the Axis 4 (LEADER approach) of the RURAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME 2007-2013 (RDP) 2. Acting as an Intermediate Managing Agency (IMA) for the OPERATIONAL PROGRAMME “FISHERIES 2007-2013” 3. Acting as local antenna for the implementation of Axis 3 of THE RURAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME 2007-2013 (RDP) in Halkidiki. 

Location: Poligiros , Greece
Phone:
+30 23710 24407
Email:
info@anetxa.gr
Sector:
Herb cultivators - producers
Georgian Farmers’ Association (GFA)

Georgian Farmers’ Association (GFA) was founded in 2012. Currently, the organization unites over 4,000 farmers in Georgia. GFA establishes its value to members by giving guidance on governmental programs; links to service providers and sources of funding, markets and technical support; consultation on policy issues and representation of members’ interests; defence of smallholder farmers’ rights; participation in policy making; and advocacy of fair access to markets and resources. GFA’s call center provides farmers and stakeholders with useful information and helps to analyse current issues in agriculture. 

GFA actively cooperates with governmental, donor and educational institutions and is a strong coordinator between farmers and all actors involved in agriculture. GFA has a clear ambition to bring Georgia forward and is aware of the fact that farmers need to make a shift from being a peasant to entrepreneur. 

GFA’s main services are: Advocacy, Capacity Building, and Networking. 

In terms of lobbying farmers’ interests and other advocacy activities in December, 2016 the Board of Directors of GFA made a decision to form a Farmers’ Council composed of farmers, with enough power to take part in the process of making policies, dealing with the issues of development of agriculture and improvement of the state of Georgian farmers. 

GFA ensures the connection between its members and distribution company (Georgian Farmers’ Distribution Company – GFDC), which itself collaborates with Adjara group and other hotels/restaurants and supplies farmers’ products to them. Georgian Farmers’ Distribution Company’s aim is to strengthen local farming organizations and to replace import with the local products. In 2017, GFA created an application called “Agronavti”, where a farmer can place the product produced for sale/marketing. “Agronavti” can be downloaded via iOS and Android. In addition to providing matchmaking services, the mobile application offers the following information: weekly prices established for agro products and their statistical changes, researches and innovations in agriculture, more than 60 cycles of agricultural products, weather forecast, agro-calendar, etc.  In addition, since 2018, the product home delivery platform Soplidan.ge has joined the sophisticated, simple and continuous chain of delivery of products and merged with GFDC. 

 The Georgian Farmers’ Association has developed a local standard GeoGAP, which will ensure supply of clients with quality products. A certified farmer satisfying the quality standards will be given an opportunity to market his/her product directly to a client. For now, the marketing is regulated by GFDC, which has all necessary resources for quality control including a mobile laboratory. 

Location: Tbilisi , Georgia
Phone:
+995 32 2 193 003
Email:
info@gfa.org.ge
Sector:
Herb cultivators - producers
Organization for Entrepreneurship Development (ODA)

The Organization for Entrepreneurship Development (ODA) is a public institution with financial autonomy subordinate to the Ministry of Economic Development and Digitalization with the mission of supporting the development of the domestic entrepreneurial environment, including small and medium-sized enterprises, by promoting entrepreneurial culture, providing financial and technical assistance to companies, issuing financial and state guarantees, as well as ensuring business support infrastructure. 

ODA grants non-reimbursable financing directly to entrepreneurs based on the business risk assessment and the viability assessment of investment projects. At the moment, the grant programs aim to cover the entire activity cycle of companies with an orientation towards the growth and internationalization of domestic businesses. At the moment ODA implements 8 grant programs, (another 3 are in development). 

ODA's long-term objective is to become a credible, transparent, flexible and well-governed financial institution that can support the Government's economic policies. At the same time, ODA must become the institution that can absorb and channel to entrepreneurs the financial resources made available in the context in which the Republic of Moldova has become a candidate state for the EU. Also, through its tools, ODA can make the support offered to domestic entrepreneurs more efficient and achieve a more sustainable development of the national economy. 

Location: Chișinău , Moldova
Phone:
+373 22 29 57 41
Email:
info@oda.md
Sector:
Herb processors (manufacturing; packaging)
Center For Agribusiness And Rural Development (CARD) Foundation

The Center for Agribusiness & Rural Development (CARD) is an Armenian foundation.  It was founded in 2005 as the successor to U.S. government development projects in Armenia, first the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)’s Farm Extension Project (1993-1996) and then the USDA’s award-winning Marketing Assistance Project (1996-2005).  These projects assisted with the rebuilding of the Armenian agriculture sector after the collapse of the Soviet Union. 

The Center for Agribusiness & Rural Development is a ‘one-stop-shop’ economic development organization staffed with highly-trained experts and specialists who provide services to a broad client base throughout the country. CARD designs innovative, flexible, impact-driven programs that respond to pressing challenges facing Armenian producers, agribusinesses, and exporters. Each of its projects focuses on enhancing the agribusiness community and improving rural livelihoods. 

CARD offers a complete and integrated package of agricultural development services that are always farmer- and market-drive. Our assistance stimulates economic growth at the agribusiness level within rural communities. 

CARD facilitates the growth of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) which results in significant comparative advantages throughout the marketing chain, and in so doing delivers the most complete set of agribusiness services to the agriculture sector in Armenia. 

Location: Yerevan , Armenia
Phone:
+374-60-440-550
Email:
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Sector:
Herb cultivators - producers
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Location: Chișinău , Moldova
Phone:
02834723472342
Email:
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Sector:
Herb cultivators - producers
Georgian Forest Product Association

Association “Forest Product” elaborates different activities such as:

  • Creating a support organization tailored to the interests of business organizations and local people in the field of forest products production.
  • Establishing a regulated and sustainable business environment.
  • Actively promoting the sale of forest products in export and local markets.
  • Raising the awareness of main actors involved in the forest products sector.
  • Encouraging the production of value-added products.
  • Obtaining, processing and sharing relevant information about world-proven manufacturing and marketing practices with association members.
  • Assisting its members in the introduction of modern production standards and technologies.
  • Introducing and popularizing the practice of cultivating commercially profitable, wild-growing forest products.
  • Connecting raw material suppliers, processing and distribution companies and fostering their future relationships.
  • Actively promoting PPP (Public-Private Partnership) and PPCP (Public-Private-Community Partnership).
  • Increasing access to information and education about sustainable management of forest resources
  • Developing and introducing exclusive educational modules and closely collaborating with responsible agencies to expand existing education programs and information materials (extension centers, professional development programs, training courses).
  • Creating a quality mark.
  • Collaborating with certification bodies to create international brand (s) with social and environmental priorities.
  • Supporting state organizations to fulfill international agreements, the Sustainable Development Agenda and other international commitments, increasing the effectiveness of existing environmental and socio-economic programs.
  • Collaborating with the LEPL National Food Agency to promote laboratory research and practical application of food safety standards.
  • Communicating with forest management bodies (National Forest Agency, Agency of Protected Areas, Adjara Forest Agency, local self-governments) for the development of mutually beneficial cooperation with the business sector – for the conservation and realization of high economic and environmental values of Georgia.
  • Communicating with Development Agencies (Rural Development Agency, Run in Georgia, Start-up Georgia, Georgian Innovation and Technology Agency), support for new and potentially interesting areas of green business and diversification of rural economy plans and priorities reflected in Georgia’s 2021-2027 rural development strategy. In terms of.
  • Supporting the local population to create additional sources of income for households and increase legal employment opportunities.
  • Collaborating with the youth to promote green entrepreneurship and responsible business in the next generation.
  • Collaborating with vulnerable groups.
  • Finding and promoting small entrepreneurs.
  • Finding and sharing industry-relevant, industry-relevant grant projects with member companies.
Location: Tbilisi , Georgia
Phone:
+995598696850
Email:
Sector:
Marketing, Export agencies
Tianetis Nobati

1. Collection, production and sales of non-timber forest products (wild fruits, berries and herbs).

2. Promotion of organic local production to target audiences. 

3. Participation in business forums, exhibitions, trade shows and etc.

Location: Tianeti , Georgia
Phone:
+995599378877
Email:
Sector:
Herb cultivators - producers
Caucasus Organic Fruits

Collection, production and sales of domestic and wild fruits and berries on local and international markets

Location: Mtskheta , Georgia
Phone:
+995599776553
Email:
Sector:
Herb processors (manufacturing; packaging)
Sharakhevi1
  • Collection and Processing of Certified and Conventional Non-Timber Forest Products (Wild Fruits and Berries, Medicinal Herbs) 
  • Drying of NTFPs, Fruits and Production of Fruit Leather 
  • Sales of Non-Timber Forest Products (Raw and Processed) 
  • Collective Marketing of NTFPs and Derived Products 
Location: Dusheti , Georgia
Phone:
+995557436827
Email:
Sector:
Herb cultivators - producers
Iveria Pharma

Collection, processing and sales of herb products in accordance with the European GMP certificate (Good Manufacturing Practices). 

Location: Tbilisi , Georgia
Phone:
+995 598 90 61 07
Email:
Sector:
Herb processors (manufacturing; packaging)