The COCOREADO image handbook describes the project's visual identity. It includes the project logo, a flyer/fact sheet, a poster/roll-up, a PowerPoint presentation and other promotional materials designed for specific audiences and events.
This document describes the structure and specifications upon which the project website has been constructed and published. It also includes two templates to ensure any data published on the website is published with the owners´ informed consent.
Long list of 60-100 innovative initiatives
The gathering of a long list of innovative initiatives is aimed to form the basis for selection of short-listed 10-15 initiatives which will be evaluated for good practices in the following steps of the COCOREADO project. These good practices should provide insights about the success and failure factors of the initiatives. Next. these good practices will be assessed for their replicability to provide context-specific recommendations.
Feedback on initiatives
The first ambassador training was held on the 28th of March to the 30th of March as a live event in Brussels. The first training had a focus on selection of a shortlist of NOFAs by the ambassadors for future analysis by the project. This report of the feedback on the initiatives covers the process of data collection, feedback from the ambassadors, overall satisfaction of the training and recommendations for future trainings.
Barriers for small-scale farmers in public food procurement
Part of the project pursues these objectives through the lens of the public procurement of food, with a goal of developing recommendations and showcasing good practices for establishing and maintaining farmer-inclusive, sustainable food procurement approaches. To this end, it is important to identify and highlight the challenges that farmers face when engaging with public customers.