SAGA helps to improve “empty Europe”
SAGA aims to contribute to reducing inequalities, ensure economic recovery and inclusive and sustainable long-term growth through a co-creation and collaborative focus, engaging all relevant stakeholders, develop and validate a training programme for populations living in “empty Europe”, but who at the same time have a rich culinary heritage and/or food production.
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Intellectual Output 1 lays the foundations for the rest of the project as it develops the overall learning approach, learning objectives, competence matrix, curriculum and assessment methods based upon an evidence- and research-based analysis related to the core skills and competences It includes the analysis of the project context and scans the participating countries forBővebben: “We finished the IO1”
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