Knowledge Needs in Georgian Agriculture: The Case of Farming Households. 2016
The research aims to: (i) understand knowledge gaps of Georgian farmers and recommend relevant agricultural extension measures; (ii) predict structural and social changes in Georgia’s agriculture under different scenarios; (iii) suggest appropriate policy interventions to mitigate or encourage these changes.
Data on Georgian rural households was collected by the polling agency Analysis and Consulting Team (ACT) between February and July 2015, and analyzed by the ISET Policy Institute between November 2015 and July 2016.
The research was commissioned by the Swiss Cooperation Office (SCO) for the South Caucasus and UNDP under their joint programme in support of the ongoing reform in Georgia’s vocational education and training system.