In the framework of the “JAILYM” project, co-funded by the European Union, ILS LEDA carried out a Comparative Analysis of livestock associations’ performance in various countries, with the aim of providing useful inputs and information for facilitating the process of creation and consolidation of the associations of cattle breeders and pasture users, and, in a long term perspective, of broader associations and alliances of the cattle breeders with other operators of the livestock and milk/meat value chains.


This paper was elaborated in the framework of the project “Adolescents and Youth (AYs) for GREEN: Gaza Resilient Economy and Environment.” and it aims at recommending strategic guidelines and a plan of action for the development of a competitive, inclusive, and sustainable TOMATO AND CUCUMBER value chain in the targeted territories in the Gaza Strip.

Michael Griffin (FAO)

The aim of this paper is to give an overview of current experiences of implementing school milk programmes, to discuss general trends in the development of such programmes and to draw conclusions about their future role as vehicles for promoting milk consumption.


This paper was elaborated in the framework of the CROLET project “Création d’opportunités d’emplois à travers l’économie Territoriale – Appui au développement local dans les Gouvernorats de Sidi Bouzid et Kebili en Tunisie”, financed by the Italian Government, with the aim to contribute to the reduction of illegal migration from Tunisia through local socio-economic development processes, and implemented in the governorates of Kebili and Sidi Bouzid.

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