Publications

E-book

Regional products in Moldova


Our publication about a successful process of registration of the first geographic indicators (except wine), in line with AA/ DCFTA, in Moldova - a project supported by Polish Aid 2015. Texts by: Wojtek Szpociński, Agata Koziej, Development Policy Foundation and Ilona Linczowska, Marcin Pilarski LAG Vistula Terra...

E-book

Regional products: V4 lessons learned for Georgia and Moldova


TheVisegrad Group countries experience in promotion and registration of the regional products you will find in the publication EU Protected Food Schemes. We recommend the texts of our authors: Aleksandra Piasecka, Agata Koziej, Wojtek Szpociński and Sylwia Szparkowska, as well as Jacek Kamiński representing +48 Design Group. The...

Tunisia

Kairouan Community Foundation


Our organizations representatives, as well as our partners NGO Pressclub Foundation, were elected members of the board of Kairouan Community Foundation – the first Tunisian law institution, which brings together representatives of local authorities, local NGO and local entrepreneurships. It was established to emphasize true...

Poland/ Belarus

Young photographers cooperation Hidden City Map


Join artistic project Hidden City Map for young people of the non-metropolitan cities in Poland and Belarus: Zhodino and Minsk Mazowiecki. See the film below and the web of the project:

www.hiddencitymap.org For futher inormation contact:...

Publication

Cross-border cooperation for biodiversity and sustainable development of environmentally sensitive & protected areas


The volume investigates agenda setting and evaluates implementation of EU assistance & cooperation tool kits in ENPI EAST/ Eastern Partnership area, focusing on cross-border cooperation (CBC) frameworks. The volume is primarily devoted to the sustainable development & environment oriented activities.

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Regional products

Community Kitchen in Palanca – common working space for local producers


autor: Tomasz Frączkiewicz


Publicly open kitchen, built and equipped with the aim of local producers, was officially opened at the headquarters of the organization Casa Părintească in Palanca (Calaraşi region) during the final event within the project Moldavian Culinary Routes: microinvestments, promotion, registration, implemented under Polish Aid 2016 programme by Development Policy Foundation.

The ceremony was attended by representatives of the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Chișinău, local authorities, non-governmental organizations and tourism industry, journalists, as well as residents of Palanca and the surrounding area.

The invited guests had the opportunity to see the newly finished kitchen, and view presentation on the course and results of the project and the prospects for further cooperation in Palanca next year. The event was accompanied by Christmas Fair, bringing together local producers and manufacturers. One could taste and buy processed fruits and vegetables (e.g. adjika, rose jam), including products under common brand Palanca Delights, made by the producers from Palanca, involved in culinary cycling route.

Community Kitchen is a creative workspace, which was established in favor of local producers who are members of the production network, formed under the project. Their products - processed fruit and vegetables, fruit distillates, made exclusively from locally sourced raw materials - can be purchased at the headquarters of Casa Părintească. Before, however, you can try them, biking on the culinary trail opened in this year"s project. Anyone who borrows a bike in Casa Părintească receives a voucher for tasting of products offered on farms located along the route.

The effect of this year"s activities in Palanca is the result of joint work of the Foundation team  and Moldavian partners: Ecological Movement of Moldova and Casa Părintească, as well as the Local Action Group "Vistula Terra Culmensis - Development of the Tradition" from Stolno (Poland).

We encourage you to read the information about the project, the course of each activities and photo material:

www.codrute.org

https://www.facebook.com/moldavian.culinary.routes/