POLAND / THE POLISH FARM ADVISORY
The Polish Farm Advisory and Training Centre not-for-profit Sp. z o.o. is a
private not-for-profit company providing advisory services to farmers,
fostering rural development and promoting entrepreneurial spirit among youth
in rural areas. The organization has an in-depth knowledge of the local
territory and its needs. The Polish Farm Advisory has well-established
relations with the other organisations that could facilitate access to
NEETs. The company has extensive experience in organizing numerous training
courses for farmers and businesses, as well as providing opportunities for
social inclusion due to vast network of partners.
The organisation’s main goal is to improve the livelihoods of rural
inhabitants by offering them the best and most professional and personalised
advice in the field of agriculture as well as a variety of training courses
and materials relevant to rural actors in the subjects of: environment
protection, sustainability, food safety, green growth, permaculture, social
farming, health and safety at farm, precision agriculture and according to
the context of their own business needs and aspirations. Another, very
important aim of the organisation is promoting a climate-neutral, green,
fair and social Europe. Tackling climate change and preserving growth is
crucial for our rural areas, therefore the organisation also works towards
actions protecting our environment and promotion of green jobs among youth.
Overall, we would like to promote vibrant rural areas with especially youth
employment opportunities and secure that the rural areas will not
The Polish Farm Advisory and Training Centre not-for-profit Sp. z o.o.
encourages entrepreneurship among young people from rural areas and seeks to
stimulate the concept of rural empowerment and agri-sustainability by
promoting multifunctional farms and empowering farmers to process on-farm
and sell their products directly to the consumer. This makes their business
more economically viable and gives their products added value, as well as
simultaneously making the entire agricultural sector in Poland more
competitive by fostering the development of high-quality, traditional goods.
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