A total of 24 women living in the high mountainous regions of Adjara, Georgia, have been trained in gastronomic tourism.
The project for ‘Boosting Entrepreneurship Opportunities for Women through Promoting Women-led Gastronomic Tourism in Mountainous Adjara’ was supported by the European Union and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). It was implemented by CENN, a non-governmental organisation working to protect the environment, fostering sustainable development throughout the South Caucasus.
The training course included interactive training, study visits and practical workshops.
At the end of the course, the participants submitted their pilot ideas for a competition. The six best projects received grants to purchase the necessary equipment.
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