A group of 96 representatives from the Agricultural Guidance Centers in Iraq participated in a series of training courses on protected agriculture methods and modern agricultural systems, including four consecutive courses conducted by the Institutional Cooperation Project, carried out by ECO Consult and other partners in the cooperation of the Dutch Ara I want you to get me back. “Through this course I learned the correct methods of protected agriculture and fertilizer methods in order to share this knowledge with workers in the agricultural sector and farmers. “Engineer Nisreen Saadoun said, a post from Basra. The course lasted for three days where the first two days were a theoretical training followed by a field visit on the third day of Sunday to one of the farms using a protected farming style. Participated in each of the four courses that were held at various sites from Iraq 24 participants and participated from Erbil, Dohuk, Baghdad and Basra. It is worth noting that the series of courses was held in collaboration with the gardening development project in Iraq to promote cooperation and coordination between different gardening projects in Iraq.
A total of 96 representatives from the Agriculture Extension Services participated in a series of training courses on protected agricultural methods and modern agriculture systems. The four courses were conducted as part of the Institutional Collaboration Project (ICP) implemented by ECO Consult among others within a consortium of Netherlands, Iraqi and Jordanian institutions. “In this course, I learned about the correct methods of protected agriculture and the use of fertilizers in an aim to share this knowledge with workers and farmers in the agriculture sector.” Said Eng. Nisreen Sa’adoun, one of the participants in Basra. The three-day course comprised of two theoretical days followed by a field visit to one of the protected agricultural sites in Iraq. A total of 24 representatives participated in each course conducted in multiple locations from January 10-24 in Erbil, Dohuk, Baghdad, and Basra. The series of courses were held in collaboration with the Iraq Horticulture Development Program in an aim to strengthen synergies between horticulture projects in Iraq.