Georgia Organic - Farming for the Future

International Commitment

Georgia Organic - Farming for the Future

The aim of the project is to promote the development and stabilisation of employment in rural Georgia and to support environmental protection and resource conservation.

In this three-year project, Naturland wants to expand organic agriculture in Georgia together with Georgian partner organisations. In order to strengthen organic farming and fair trade, the project will support selected agricultural associations and organisations in Georgia through know-how transfer and networking.

To this end, Naturland will develop educational programs on organic farming and fair trade which will be permanently integrated into the services offered by the partner associations. In addition, the project will enable partner associations to offer advisory services on the organic production of selected agricultural products such as tea or wine.

Duration: 2022 - 2025 (3 years)

In cooperation with

Sustain Caucasus International Alliance

Sustain Caucasus International is a German-Georgian non-governmental organization (NGO) for the promotion of sustainable economic and rural development in the mountain regions of the Caucasus.


Eva Gemmel

Project management and capacity development
Focus Georgia


Georgian Farmers` Association

The mission of the Georgian Farmers`Association is to strengthen the agricultural sector in Georgia, increase the visibility of farmers in the public eye and ultimately improve the quality of life of agricultural producers.

Georgian Organic Tea Producers Association

The Georgian Organic Tea Producers Association brings together a small group of 25 farmers and cooperatives who produce high quality organic tea in order to position and compete in the international market.

Women Farmers Association

The Women Farmers Association (WFA) was founded in 2013 with support from United Nation Development Program. It has over 350 members across Georgia, most of whom represent family farms. The WFA campaigns for greater gender equity on small and medium-sized farms, as women continue to be disadvantaged in the agricultural sector.


The non-governmental organisation ELKANA, founded in August 1994, works to preserve and protect the environment by promoting organic and sustainable agriculture in Georgia.

Natural Wine Association

The Association of Natural Winegrowers and Producers was founded in 2017 by Georgian winegrowers and winemakers to promote organic viticulture and winemaking and to leave healthy and viable vineyards and ecosystems to future generations.


Chamber and Association Partnership Programme financed by BMZ via sequa gGmbH.

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