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Call: Information and promotion about the sustainable aspect of rice production

Programme
Acronym AGRIP
Type of Fund Action programme
Description of programme
"Promotion of Agricultural Products (AGRIP)"
The general objective of the Promotion of agricultural products policy is to enhance the competitiveness of the Union agricultural sector. The 2019 work programme focuses on campaigns aimed at non-EU countries with the highest potential for growth such as Canada, Japan, Mexico and Korea. Within the EU itself, the EU will co-finance campaigns designed to promote the different EU quality schemes and labels. Information provision and promotion programmes may consist of ‘simple’ programmes or ‘multi’ programmes. 
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Description of programme
"Support for Multi Programmes"
Multi programmes are programmes submitted by at least two proposing organisations which are from at least two Member States or one or more Union organisations.
Call
Information and promotion about the sustainable aspect of rice production
Description of call
"Information and promotion about the sustainable aspect of rice production"
This topic covers Information provision and promotion programmes aiming at highlighting the sustainable aspect of the rice production. The objective is to highlight the sustainable aspect of rice sector. Rice production in Europe has a particular environmental dimension, being at the heart of the preservation of certain wetlands. Rice cultivation is a sensitive and specific practice at European level, since it is produced in areas where there are few crop alternatives. Its preservation and improvement contribute to the sustainability of rice producing regions, by playing an active role in maintaining rural areas, protecting nature and preserving biodiversity. Actions shall highlight the environmental sustainability of the production, stressing its beneficial role for climate action and the environment.
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Thematic Focus Food & Healthy Diet, Health, Environment & biodiversity, Sustainability, Agriculture and Forestry
Funding area EU Member States
Origin of Applicant EU Member States
Eligible applicants Lobby Group / Professional Association / Trade Union, NGO / NPO, Association
Applicant details The following entities are eligible for funding:
  • Trade or inter-trade organisations
  • Producer organisations or associations of producer organisations
  • Agri-food bodies involved in a mission of public interest in charge of promotion
Project Partner Yes
Project Partner Details Multi Programmes need to be submitted by at least two proposing organisations which are from at least two Member States or one or more Union organisations.
Project duration min 12 months
Project duration max 36 months
Type of Funding Grant
Financial details Total call budget: 2.5 million €
Min. grant size: 60 000 €
Co-financing rate: max. 80%
Submission Online via Participant Portal

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