They make it happen! Helping young graduates get in touch with the practical organic world
Organic contributes to promoting and delivering healthy and sustainable diets. This is part of our Vision 2030 set out and shared by the European organic movement. As movement and sector, we are already leading the way towards its goals, together with food and farming actors across Europe.
In order to better engage the younger generation and provide them with a more practical approach to the organic world and vision, the Serbian NGO Serbia Organica has started offering a three-month internship programme to those university students eager to gain a better insight into organic farming.
Funded by the GIZ Youth Employment Promotion project, the internship aims to fill the gap between academic knowledge and specialized labor, providing experience and skills to open their own farm in the future.
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