USAID will support Moldovan farmers in implementing international standards

The USAID Rural Competitiveness and Resilience Project (PCRR) is excited to announce the initiation of a call for requests for technical assistance, including consultancy and training services. This initiative aims to bolster the implementation of international standards requirements, thereby facilitating the export of fresh horticultural products.

The call was officially launched on January 10 and is scheduled to conclude on January 31. A total of 25 producers or groups of agricultural producers will be meticulously selected to receive assistance.

USAID emphasizes its commitment to supporting the selected applicants by covering the expenses associated with training and consulting services focused on the implementation of international standards requirements. It’s important to note that the applicants chosen will be responsible for covering the costs related to audit and certification services.


PCRR stands ready to provide valuable assistance to producers and exporters of horticultural products, guiding them through the intricacies of complying with international standards such as GLOBALG.A.P., GRASP, SMETA, IFS, and more. This endeavor reflects the project’s dedication to enhancing the competitiveness and resilience of rural communities involved in horticulture. Interested parties are encouraged to seize this opportunity to elevate their practices and contribute to the global market for fresh horticultural products.

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