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.
It’s official! The project duration changed and the project will close on 31th of December 2022.
On 11th of May, the partnership held its 3rd Transnational Project Meeting in Badajoz, Spain. Partners met each other for the first time after the pandemic. They discussed the ongoing tasks and the learning platform was introduced. After the meeting partners had lunch together as closure of the event.
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