Second Multiplier Event in North Macedonia

On February 21, 2023, the final multiplier event of the RAMONES-PL project was held at the Continental Hotel in Skopje.

The event was attended by 34 participants, representing the targeted stakeholder groups, including the advisors from the NEA, representatives of the management of the NEA, local farmers that are using the advisory services, the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Economy, the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences and Food, and representatives of the NGO sector in the sector.

The event was scheduled starting from 10:00 o’clock until 14:00 o’clock. During this period, the organizers divided the event in two parts. The first part was dedicated to the presentation of the project as a whole and the project results. After the presentation of the project, the organizers presented the project tools and platforms that were produced in the project and the results from the piloting of the project, i.e. the monitoring, evaluation and precision learning piloting activities.

In the second part of the event, the participants of the event, got acquainted with the tools that were used for monitoring and evaluation during the pilot phases in the project, i.e. the Mantis tool, the questionnaires and the Moodle platform.

The event began with the opening and warm welcome from the organizers (Ljupcho Toshev). After the introduction and the welcome part, the project and the project results were presented in details to the participants. The discussion and questions from the participants were encouraged at all time in order to provide better understanding to the participants. Later the participants were able to learn more on the tools for monitoring, evaluation and learning that were used during the pilot. (Aleksandra Nikolova).

The participants showed great interest in the project and the work and results of the project. The participants were eager to learn more about the tools that the project has to offer and how they can later incorporate those tools in their everyday work.