Rural Development Legislation The definition and implementation of Rural Development Programs between the Rural Development policies and the EU are regulated by a series of legal actions.
LEADER COOPERATION : It is demonstrated that LEADER cooperation is an effective mechanism that helps rural areas to develop and share common solutions to common problems.
ABOUT THE WEBSITE Contains helpful general information about the use of the site.

Turkey's National Rural Network

It is a platform for exchanging information on policies, programmes and projects.

DOCUMENTS& TOOLS


Documents

All documents written in different formats


material pool

Best practices, Publicity


GALLERY

Photo Gallery

WHAT IS UKA ?

RRural development is vital for a balanced and sustainable development for all segments of society. Social goals can only be achieved through collective and organized action. The key to development is to structure the rural area together and preserve the integrity of local cultural values. The national rural network aims to ensure effective implementation of rural development policies on one hand and to offer new approaches for rural development on the other. Its general purpose is to build unity, trust, cooperation and share experiences.


SERVICES

LAG Database

LAG cooperation

allows the LAG’s to comunicate and cooperate

PROJECTS & PRACTICES

Model Proctices

cover projects carried out within the scpoe of National Rural Network and those carried out by the LAG’s

EXPERT DATABASE

Expert and Consultants

It includes the records of the Consultant and Experts carrying out activities in Rural Area who have knowledge and experience in this field.

THEMATIC GROUPS

Thematic Issues

İncludes Seminar ve workshop organisation, thematic publications and other informative materials.

MODEL INVESTMENTS

PARTICIPATION OF INTEREST GROUP STAKEHOLDERS IN NATIONAL RURAL NETWORK PORTAL AND MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION

It is aimed at including interest groups within the context of rural development policies and ensuring participation of a wide range of of individuals (from policy makers to project beneficiaries) at every stage of the cycle,
This wide range of stakeholders can be divided into three broad categories:
Policy planners: policy makers; Public administrators of national, regional and local governments and European institutions; LEADER local action groups.
Bodies representing interest groups:direct growers associations, landowners, forest managers, rural businesses, stakeholders of the agri-food supply chain, environmentalists, researchers, communities disadvantaged groups.
Field actors :potential and real beneficiaries and participants, farmers and Associations participating in projects funded by the IPARD program
APPLICATION

RURAL DEVELOPMENT IN TURKEY

IPARD SUPPORTS

IPARD Supports

allows the LAG’s to comunicate and cooperate

RDISP SUPPORTS

RDISP Supports

cover projects carried out within the scope of National Rural Network and those carried out by the LAG’s.

OTHER SUPPORTS

Other Supports

includes seminar ve workshop organisation, thematic publications and other informative materials.