PROIECT

  • Transnational Meeting M3 – Bucharest, September 2017 (2017/09/14): This is the Third Transnational Meeting of the project, organized and hosted by ECO HERBAL, Romania. The meeting will gather 9 participants. Aims and objectives: To discuss about what have we done until this meeting and further steps after the meeting, in order to assure a better implementation of the project “Education in rural entrepreneurship through producing of medicinal and aromatic plants”. ✓ Presentation ...
  • Transnational Meeting M2- Frankfurt, February 2017 (2017/02/14): This second meeting will gather 9 professionals from different sectors: education, research & development and social work. This meeting is organised and hosted by GA – Society for Medicinal Plant and Natural Product Research. The objectives are: to establish the 20 case studies. to design the Quality Management Plan (QMP) and Project Management Procedure. to establish the dissemination activities (the project website and visual identity elements ...
  • Transnational Meeting M1 – Riga, December 2016 (2016/12/07): The kick-off meeting is the first meeting for the project implementation – a great opportunity for us as partners in this project to meet each other, to share our experience and to plan future activities of the project. This meeting will gather 11 professionals from different sectors: education, research & development and social work. This meeting is organised and hosted by ...
  • Press release (2016/11/15): ”Education in rural entrepreneurship through producing and valorising of medicinal and aromatic plants” este un proiect transnațional, coordonat de ECO Herbal și implementat în parteneriat cu Asociația Consultanților și Experților în Economie Socială (ACE-ES Romania), Society for Medicinal Plant and Natural Product Research (Germania) și LATVIJAS LAUKSAIMNIECIBAS UNIVERSITATE – Faculty of Economics and Social Development (Letonia). Proiectul a inceput la ...
  • Project_EN (2016/10/24): The “Education in rural entrepreneurship through producing and valorising of medicinal and aromatic plants” project involves the most appropriate and diverse range of 4 partners in order to benefit from their different experiences, profiles and specific expertise and to produce relevant and high quality project outcomes. The project links 1 international scientific expertise – GA Germany with 1 high-level education ...