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FASST

Formazione per Agricoltura Sociale e Sviluppo Territoriale

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Social farming

Social Farming (SF) is the practice of using farming and agriculture to provide educational services and social care to vulnerable groups, like people with disabilities (mental and physical), people wi

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Manager

Manager: person responsible for controlling or administering an organization or group of staff.

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Business plan

Business plan: formal statement of business goals, reasons they are attainable, and plans for reaching them

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Financial plan

Financial plan: comprehensive evaluation of an individual's current pay and future financial state by using current known variables to predict future income, asset values and withdrawal plans

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Budget

Budget: financial plan for a defined period of time

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Cash flow

Cash flow: the total amount of money being transferred into and out of a business, especially as affecting liquidity.

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Project

Project: tool for a social change

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Project Management

Project Management: practice of initiating, planning, executing, controlling, and closing the work of a team to achieve specific goals and meet specific success criteria at the specified time

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Project Life Cycle

Project Life Cycle: four-step process that is followed by nearly all project managers when moving through stages of project completion

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Project Manager

Project Manager: person in overall charge of the planning and execution of a particular project

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Programme

Programme: group of related projects managed in a coordinated way to obtain benefits not available from managing the projects individually.

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Financial plan

Financial plan: A financial plan is a comprehensive evaluation of an investor's current and future financial state by using currently known variables to predict future cash flows, asset values and with

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Long-term investment plan

Long-term investment plan: Include a customized asset allocation strategy based on specific investment objectives and a risk profile.

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Liquidity

Liquidity: Liquidity refers to how easily assets can be converted into cash. Assets like stocks and bonds are very liquid since they can be converted to cash within days

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Cash flow analysis

Cash flow analysis: An income and spending plan determines how much can be set aside for debt repayment, savings and investing each month.

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Business plan

Business plan: is a detailed, written document that will help them manage their operations in the short-term and long-term. It is an organized collection of all the important ideas that include mission

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Passive communication

Passive communication: is a style in which individuals have developed a pattern of avoiding expressing their opinions or feelings, protecting their rights, and identifying and meeting their needs. As a

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Aggressive communication

Aggressive communication: is a method of expressing needs and desires that does not take in to account the welfare of others. A harmful communication style, aggressive communication can end up worsenin

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Assertive communication

Assertive communication: does mean standing up for yourself but doing so in a way that does not trespass on the rights of others and respects your own rights and feelings and the rights and feelings of

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Financial plan

Financial plan:A financial plan is a comprehensive evaluation of an investor's current and future financial state by using currently known variables to predict future cash flows, asset values and withd

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Long-term investment plan

Long-term investment plan: Include a customized asset allocation strategy based on specific investment objectives and a risk profile.

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Liquidity

Liquidity:Liquidity refers to how easily assets can be converted into cash. Assets like stocks and bonds are very liquid since they can be converted to cash within days

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Cash flow analysis

Cash flow analysis: An income and spending plan determines how much can be set aside for debt repayment, savings and investing each month.

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Business plan

Business plan: is a detailed, written document that will help them manage their operations in the short-term and long-term. It is an organized collection of all the important ideas that include mission

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Software

Software: It is a generic term that refers to a collection of data or computer instructions that tell the computer how to work

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ICT

ICT: Information and communications technology (ICT) refers to all the technology used to handle telecommunications, broadcast media, intelligent building management systems, audio-visual processing an

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Web browser

Web browser: It is a software application for accessing information on the World Wide Web.

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Meta tag

Meta tag: A meta tag is a tag (that is, a coding statement) in the Hypertext Mark-up Language (HTML) that describes some aspect of the contents of a Web page

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CRM

CRM: Customer relationship management (CRM) is a technology for managing all your company's relationships and interactions with customers and potential customers.

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Visibility

Visibility: Visibility online is the overall presence of a brand or its products in the general consumer environment.

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Marketing

Marketing: Marketing is a set of techniques aimed at offering goods and services to consumers and users in an appealing and profitable way.

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Networking

Networking: Networking means creating and foster relationships, interactions and exchanges with others in an organized and conscious way. As the English term suggests, Net-Working refers to the action

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Public relations

Public relations: Public relations focus on attaining a positive image. Public relations’ main objective is to help a company to spread its message, develop relationships, connect institutions, people,

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Unique selling proposition (USP)

Unique selling proposition (USP): A unique selling proposition (USP) refers to the unique benefit exhibited by a company, service, product or brand that enables it to stand out from competitors.

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Objective

Objective: The objectives of a project establish the results to be achieved at the end of the project. The goal must be: clearly defined and simple to understand; measurable in order to assess its reac

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Competence

Competence: It is synonymous of know-how; competence represents the ability to transform knowledge in actions to achieve the desired result.

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Evaluation

Evaluation: Evaluation is a judgment based on the collection and interpretation of information and aims to improve the achievement of objectives. The evaluation is carried out in defined moments of th

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Scaffolding

Scaffolding: the set of support strategies that a more experienced individual provides to the apprentice to accompany him in the processes of learning new skills and to take on new tasks.

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Monitoring

Monitoring: Monitoring is a systematic examination of the progress of activities according to a pre-established timetable and based on significant and representative indicators.

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Multifunctionality

Multifunctionality (of agriculture): Use of agricultural and human resources of the countryside to perform different functions (production, social, environmental) that generate a plurality of benefits

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Biodynamic agriculture

Biodynamic agriculture: founded in 1924 by Rudolf Steiner, considers the company as a living organism where plant production is integrated with animal breeding. The agricultural actitivies are guided b

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Organic farming

Organic farming: all those forms of cultivation and breeding that enhance and preserve the biological production systems, without the use of synthetic chemicals.

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Biodiversity

Biodiversity: generally refers to the variety and variability of life on Earth. Biodiversity typically measures variation at the genetic, the species, and the ecosystem level. The interspecific diversi

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Flexibility

Flexibility: the quality of being able to change or be changed easily according to the situation; ability to find alternatives to usual behaviors and solutions.

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Social inclusion

Social inclusion is the process of improving the terms on which individuals and groups take part in society - improving the ability, opportunity, and dignity of those disadvantaged on the basis of thei

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Economic empowerment

Economic empowerment means people thinking beyond immediate survival needs and thus able to recognise and exercise agency and choice. It is the capacity of poor women and men to participate in, contrib

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Human capital development in social farming

Human capital development in social farming - acquiring the necessary knowledge and skills for developing and implementing social farming initiatives.

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Social capital development

Social capital development - support for building ties, trust and solidarity inside and outside the community. Examples of the latter are: relationships with institutions, service providers, and people

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Integrated Model for supporting small busine&

Integrated Model for supporting small businesses in disadvantaged communities – а model which combines the rules of microfinancing with social support through gratuitous provision of expert and consult

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Social farming

Social Farming (SF) is the practice of using farming and agriculture to provide educational services and social care to vulnerable groups, like people with disabilities (mental and physical), people wi

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Care farming

Care farming - is a form of 'Green Care' “nature-based therapy or treatment interventions - specifically designed, structured and facilitated for individuals with a defined need” (https://www.carefarmi

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Social inclusion

Social inclusion - the process of improving the terms on which individuals and groups take part in society - improving the ability, opportunity, and dignity of those disadvantaged on the basis of their

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Economic empowerment

Economic empowerment - means people thinking beyond immediate survival needs and thus able to recognise and exercise agency and choice. (Eyben et al., 2008:10)

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Actors in social farming

Actors in social farming - involves all stakeholders in the field of social farming such as public entities, non-governmental organisations, private entities, disadvantaged groups etc.

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