AFC führt seit Januar 2016 das Projekt "Agritrade" in der Ukraine durch. Ziel des Projektes ist es, staatliche und privatwirtschaftliche Strukturen der Agrar- und Ernährungsbranche in der Ukraine für den weiteren Ausbau der Handelsbeziehungen im Rahmen des DCFTA zu stärken.
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Der landwirtschaftliche Sektor hat traditionell eine hohe Bedeutung für die ukrainische Volkswirtschaft. Bedingt durch positive Boden- und Klimaverhältnisse und durch die gesetzten politischen Rahmenbedingungen erreichte der Agrarsektor 1990 einen Anteil am Bruttosozialprodukt (BSP) von rund 25%.
Nach dem Zusammenbruch der Sowjetunion im Jahre 1990 und bedingt durch den immensen Strukturwandel nahm die landwirtschaftliche Produktion kontinuierlich ab und erreichte im Jahr 2006 einen Tiefpunkt mit nur noch 7,5 % Anteil am BSP.
The BMZ-funded TC module on rural development "Sustainable Development in Rural Areas in Albania", implemented by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH since January 2019.
The TC module applies an integrated approach on rural development with a focus on agriculture and rural tourism.
The TC module works in four fields of interventions (Outputs) so that:
Development objective: The Ukrainian organic agriculture sector has expanded and the quality of the produce has improved.
Project objective: Competencies and institutional structures for the advanced development of organic agriculture have been enhanced.
The legal and institutional frameworks for the further development of a sustainable agricultural sector are improved at various levels. Instruments for the technical implementation are available.
Politically leaders as well as professional and managerial staff in the German and Kazakh agriculture sector have a growing mutual understanding in central questions concerning agricultural policy. Transferred know-how is included into political decision-making processes.
The project will support ongoing policy and institutional reforms in Ukraine’s Agriculture and Rural Development (ARD) sector based on an approved strategic action plan and the association agreement between the EU and the government of Ukraine.
Lithuania and Council of Europe Deevelopment Bank (CEB) are interested in developing a potential social and/or affordable housing programhis would be the first housing programme in Lithuania financed by CEB, and its financing is planned to be based on a comprehensive feasibility study to ensure that the programme is developed within the framework of a long-term sustainable housing system.
Public Joint-Stock Company “State Savings Bank of Ukraine” (Oschadbank or OB) is the leading Ukrainian bank with the largest network of branch offices consisting of more than 3,000 opera-tional offices in 23 regional administrations. The cooperation between the EBRD and OB started in 2016 to support the implementation of the “Reform of state-owned banks (SOB) strategy”, both through direct cooperation under various financing programs and through a comprehensive technical support package.
The projects aims at improving the legal and institutional frameworks for the further development of a sustainable agricultural sector at various levels and to provide instruments for the technical implementation. The project will improve the growing mutual understanding of political leaders as well as professional and managerial staff in the German and Kazakh agriculture sector in central questions concerning agricultural policy and transferred know-how is included into political decision-making processes.