|Leading agency:||Asociația Terra Mileniul III|
|Area of interventions:||Roman, Neamt county|
|Total budget:||€ 35.219,87|
|Requested contributions:||€ 31.697,53|
|Start and end date(s):||1 Nov 2018 – 30 Apr 2020|
Summary of the project
The project “Roman city cherishes food” is an innovative project that has not been implemented in Romania so far and we want to create a model that can be multiplied.
The aim of the project is to reduce food waste at the Roman city level on the food production and marketing chain.
The project has 3 specific objectives:
1. Increasing the awareness of citizens in the Roman city about food waste;
2. Increasing the level of gymnasium teachers’ and pupils training them on food waste;
3. Development of a local action plan and development methodology on food waste reduction to increase the recovery of foods at risk of becoming waste by redistribution and fast consumption.
Project activities: Citizens awareness campaign, teacher and pupils training, developing of Local Action Plan, food recovery, monitoring, evaluation, dissemination of information.
Beneficiaries: Roman’ citizens, food business, social workers, authorities.
The main results: approximately 15,000 informed citizens, 20 teachers and 400 pupils trained on food wastage and methods to combat it, Local Action Plan and related methodology, distribution network, software to facilitate network connections.
15,000 informed citizens,
100 food beneficiaries – vulnerable groups