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Planning and Deploying effective Social Farming Initiatives - Operative Phases
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Planning and Deploying effective Social Farming Initiatives - Operative Phases

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 Keywords

Social Farming Planning


 Objectives/goals:

The objective of this module is to present indications to plan effective social farming initiatives. The main aspects of planning and operational activities are described, focusing on the subjects of social agriculture and the working group. Subsequently, some suggestions are made regarding the choice of objectives, training, safety and the ways in which disadvantaged people are involved. Finally, monitoring and evaluation activities are illustrated. This activities allow to understand the effectiveness of social farming projects and to make any changes and improvements based on the degree of achievement of the objectives set.


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