Registration is now open! IGAD Coffee Break Webinar on 14 July 2021 from 13:00 to 13:30 CEST


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The next webinar part of the Research Data Alliance Interest Group for Agricultural Data (IGAD)’s new Coffee Break initiative will take place on 14 July from 13:00 to 13:30 CEST. The webinar, titled Introduction to the Georgian Farmers' Association will feature Ketevan Gogotchuri from the Georgian Farmers’ Association (GFA)

Georgian Farmers’ Association (GFA) was founded in 2012. Currently, the organization unites over 4,500 farmers in Georgia. During this webinar, Ketevan Gogotchuri will introduce how GFA establishes its value to members by giving guidance on governmental programs; links to service providers and sources of funding, markets and technical support; provides consultation on policy issues and represents members’ interests; participates in policy making; and advocates fair access to markets and resources. Even more, she will present  the current analysis and studies of the Analytical and Research Department in the agricultural field.

Registration is now open. Interested participants can register for the webinar here.

Ketevan Gogotchuri / Presenter
Ketevan Gogotchuri



Ketevan Gogotchuri from the Georgian Farmers' Association, is an economist with over 5 years of experience in working on international and donor supported projects. She is specialized in proposal writing, project management and implementation, data collection and analysis, development of reports and studies in the food and agriculture field.




Imma Subirats / Moderator
Imma Subirats



Imma Subirats, senior information management officer at the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) leading AGROVOC, AGRIS and AGORA programmes with the objective to enhance accessibility and visibility to information and research data produced by FAO Member Countries.




More about the IGAD Coffee Break

The new IGAD Coffee Break webinar series, which will feature eight different webinars from eight different presenters running from 16 June to 20 October 2021. The innovative initiative will help to create an ongoing dialogue and encourage the exchange of experiences on agricultural research and innovation within the IGAD community and beyond.