This part of PORTAILCOOP will provide you with some material in English presenting various actions or documents of interest for the actors of the European and international cooperation of the French Ministry of Agriculture and their partners.
Discover the different training, research, innovation actions and projects that the Ministry, its schools and the actors of agricultural education carry out with almost a hundred countries around common topics concerning agriculture, food, environment, citizenship and ways to respond to global challenges.
Global Health Challenge
From October 17 to 23, a Mozambican delegation of about ten people was received on Reunion Island (FRANCE). This trip was organized as part of the European Union funded project, H2020 ROADMAP- « Rethinking the use of antimicrobials in livestock production systems ».
This project responds to the challenge for global health posed by the proliferation of antimicrobial resistance,… Read more
“One Health” Ministerial Conference on Antimicrobial Resistance – Paris, March 7, 2022
Proposing concrete solutions at a European level to fight against a threat to global public health
The “One Health” (human, animal and ecosystem health) ministerial conference on antimicrobial resistance aims to assess the European Union’s progress on this major public health issue. Read more
YEDODE for food security in Ethiopia
Have you ever wondered if the food that you buy from supermarket is safe? If yes, then you are not alone !
ENVT, the French National Veterinary School of Toulouse, is involved in a cooperation project on the « Farm to Fork » for the avian sector… Read More
Hello from Down under !
Portrait of Vincent HEBRAIL, Agricultural Affairs Advisor for Australia and New Zealand
You are the new (and first !) Agricultural Affairs Advisor based in Canberra for Australia and New Zealand, effective January 1, 2022. What is your professional background ? Read more…
NECTAR – New Education transition in agroecology and rurality
NECTAR project (New Education Transition in Agroecology and Rurality) must achieve shared pedagogical activities and compared reflective analysis on agro-ecological transition teaching between France and Austria. We want to connect high schools and work on key concepts : soil fertility, local food and autonomy, agroforestry and local seeds. We want to tackle learners urgent societal issues and develop tools for the teachers who must understand how learners are learning to be more efficient.