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On-the-job Training (5-23 June 2011): Farm Data Monitoring System

15 Jul 2011
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, Asia - Caucasus, Azerbaijan

Summary

The establishment of a country-wide Farm Data Monitoring System (FDMS) is one of the two priority areas of intervention identified in the country by the Programme in collaboration with stakeholders.  The objective of the on-the-job-training (5-23 June 2011) was to review the data collection process in two of the three regions (Aran and Lenkaran), where data for Farm Data Monitoring System (FDMS) is collected and to provide on-the-job-training to the Farm Data Unit (FDU) of Ministry of Agriculture in data processing, retrieval and management, including agreement on the final version of the software, establishment of procedures for data confidentiality and security.

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Food Security Statistics

Objectives

The objective of the on-the-job-training was to review the data collection process in two of the three regions (Aran and Lenkaran), where data for Farm Data Monitoring System (FDMS) is collected and to provide on-the-job-training to the Farm Data Unit (FDU) of Ministry of Agriculture in data processing, retrieval and management, including agreement on the final version of the software, establishment of procedures for data confidentiality and security.

Contacts

Ms Rasmiyya Aliyeva

Country Coordinator Azerbaijan

Email: Rasmiyya.Aliyeva@fao.org

Ms Françoise Trine

Programme Coordinator

Email: Francoise.Trine@fao.org

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