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Basic Information

The principal objective of the Programme is to restore, preserve and improve the ecosystems dependent on agriculture by means of agri-environmental measures, to invest into the competitiveness and innovation of agricultural enterprises, to encourage young people into farming, or to improve landscape infrastructure.

In line with the Europe 2020 strategy, those general objectives of rural development support in the period 2014–2020 are more specifically expressed in the following six priorities applicable to the whole of the EU. Each measure from the offer of the rural development regulation may contribute to the objectives of several priorities. The priorities are:

  • Fostering knowledge transfer and innovation in agriculture, forestry, and rural areas;
  • Enhancing farm viability and competitiveness of all types of agriculture in all regions and promoting innovative farm technologies and sustainable management of forests;
  • Promoting food-chain organisation, including processing and marketing of agriculture products ,  animal welfare and risk management in agriculture;
  • Restoring, preserving and enhancing ecosystems related to agriculture and forestry;
  • Promoting  resource efficiency and supporting the shift towards a low-carbon and climate resilient economy in agriculture, food  and forestry sectors;
  • Promoting social inclusion, poverty reduction and economic development in rural areas.

The programme will support diversification of rural economic activities with the aim of creating new jobs and enhancing economic development. It will support community-led local development and, more specifically, the LEADER method which contributes to better targeting of the support at the local needs of specific rural areas and to the development of cooperation among stakeholders at the local level. Its horizontal priority is sharing knowledge and innovation in the form of educational activities and consulting and collaboration in agriculture and forestry.

The expected financial allocations (in %) for each of the areas: