“A project is considered good practice if there is a direct link between the activities carried out and the expected end result.”
definition of SU of the NRN 2007-2013
Sharing good projects / practices allows us to learn from the experiences of others and use the accumulated knowledge in our own activities, and their dissemination contributes to the positive image of RDP 2014-2020, as well as to informing the general public about the benefits of Rural development policy and the contribution of the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD).
Success stories in the RDP 2014-2020 can serve as a source of inspiration and example, as well as suggest new / innovative approaches to solving existing problems.
The NRN promotes the presentation and dissemination of good rural development projects / practices of all priorities of the RDP 2014-2020, and the NRN Support Unit cooperates with the European Network for Rural Development (www.enrd.ec.europa.eu) in identifying and promoting Bulgarian good projects / practices under the RDP 2014-2020, thanks to which our successful stories reach the European public.
Good practices in Bulgaria
the village of Valchi izvor, the village of Gorska polyana,
the village Golyamo Krushevo, city of Yambol
the village of Valchi izvor, the village of Gorska polyana, city of Yambol
the village of Gorno Ablanovo, city of Ruse
Bulgarian examples in the European Network for Rural Development
city of Dolni dabnik
the village of Panaretovtsi
the town of Peshtera; Tsalapitsa village, Plovdiv
the village of Lozenets , city of Straldja
City of Karnobat
city of Pavel Banya
city of Burgas
Letnitsa village, city of Lovech
City of Isperih
City of Panagyurishte
city of Borino
city of Isperih