Action 10 – Communication and dissemination activities:
continuous communication and dissemination activities are planned during the whole project lifetime and all Partners are involved to maximise their effectiveness.
Continuous communication and dissemination activities are planned during the whole project lifetime and all Partners are involved to maximise their effectiveness. A dedicated web portal is planned at the beginning of the project and will be active as soon as possible to reach a very wide audience. The portal is the main tool for the communication of the activities carried out by all Partners; all public initiatives related to the project will be also advertised. A constant update of the information provided within the portal is expected, in accordance with the progress of the project activities.
All Partners are involved in the drafting of technical reports with the aim to improve the knowledge on the Italian local poultry breeds and the farming of small populations. The reports will be available through the web portal.
All Partners are involved in the dissemination of scientific data through the presentation of the most innovative experimental results in scientific congresses and international journals with IF.
All Partners are involved in the organisation of at least one final workshop to present the major results of the project.
Results of the project TuBAvI will be sent to the Italian Farmer Association (AIA) to support the implementation of the Registro Anagrafico Avicoli and also to the ConSDABI (FAO’s Italian national focal point) to update the international database DAD-IS (Domestic Animal Diversity – Information System) regarding biodiversity in Italian poultry genetic resources.
The overall communication activities aim to increase in the public opinion the awareness on the relevance of poultry biodiversity and, as a consequence, to support the development of a farming system for niche products dedicated to the Italian poultry breeds.
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