AgroWeb international network has been established by organizations and individuals involved in agricultural and rural development in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). Participants started to develop a collaborative network, in view of the lack of information on the Internet about agricultural topics in the region in 1998. The AgroWeb Network was established and is maintained by representatives of participating countries, and facilitated by the regional chapter of International Association of Agricultural Information Specialists (IAALD) and by FAO.

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  • Hardware infrastructure
  • Software infrastructure
  • Content management
  • Administration
  • Customers support

Countries, people, institutions, networking,

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Projects participation

List of projects where experts was participated in the past

Organized by FAO Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia :

2016 Expert Consultation on e-Government aspects:

2015 Regional Capacity Development Workshop on National e-Agriculture Strategies in Europe and Central Asia

2013 Workshop on Developing Knowledge-Sharing Partnerships in Europe and Central Asia

2011 Regional Workshop on the “Development of Thematic Knowledge Networks"

2010 Regional Workshop on the “Development of Thematic Knowledge Networks"

2001 AgroWeb CEE Partnership in the V4 Countries - the FAO National Committees on Internet"

Countries, people, institutions, networking,

Children's athletics


The project of the Slovak Athletic Union comes with the project "Children's Athletics", whose main goal is to offer parents and their children a new opportunity to develop physical abilities in the form of regular year-round sporting activity. Children from 5 to 12 years of age are potential young athletes to whom we want to attract our attention. It is an age group that has so far paid little attention in athletics. Athletic clubs and departments are departments whose training, spatial and material potential has been used in this area with significant reserves.

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  • Volunteers

Childrens, healthcare, sport, volunteers

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