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Workshop “Thinking of rural development in Albania: How to improve the existing experiences?”

UET Tirana, Albania

Opening Speech by Prof. Assoc.Dr. Selami Xhepa, President, European University of Tirana

Opening Speech by Ms Adelina Greca, General Director of the National Agency of Territory Planning

New competences for new requirements: the SmartAL Erasmus+ capacity building project: an answer to the reinforcement of rural territories development in Albania, Ms Magali Maire, Project coordinator, CIHEAM-IAM Montpellier

100+ villages: an innovative instrument in Albanian rural areas, Ms Fiona Mali, National Agency of Territory Planning, Director of the local planning

Going further: territory diagnosis of rural areas, first step for local intervention, Prof. Assoc. Dr. Fatmir Guri, Agricultural University of Tirana

Villages identity card – A methodology to construct the basket of goods for the rural areas, Ms Elena Kokthi, European University of Tirana, Dr Tahani Abdelhakim, CIHEAM-IAM Montpellier

First SmartAL example: Self-governance potential in rural areas, Ms Elda Muço, Master student, CIHEAM-IAM Montpellier

Opening Speech by Prof. Assoc.Dr. Selami Xhepa, President, European University of Tirana

 

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From left to right: Ms Adelina Greca, General Director of the National Agency of Territory Planning, Ms Magali Maire, Coordinator of the SmartAL project, CIHEAM-IAMM, Prof. Assoc. Dr. Fatmir Guri, Agricultural University of Tirana

 

 

 

 

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Opening Speech by Ms Adelina Greca, General Director of the National Agency of Territory Planning

 

 

 

 

 

 

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New competences for new requirements: the SmartAL Erasmus+ capacity building project: an answer to the reinforcement of rural territories development in Albania, Ms Magali Maire, Project coordinator, CIHEAM-IAM Montpellier

 

 

 

 

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Ms Magali Maire, Project coordinator, CIHEAM-IAM Montpellier

 

 

 

 

 

 

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100+ villages: an innovative instrument in Albanian rural areas, Ms Fiona Mali, National Agency of Territory Planning, Director of the local planning

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Going further: territory diagnosis of rural areas, first step for local intervention, Prof. Assoc. Dr. Fatmir Guri, Agricultural University of Tirana

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Villages identity card – A methodology to construct the basket of goods for the rural areas, Ms Elena Kokthi, European University of Tirana, Dr Tahani Abdelhakim, CIHEAM-IAM Montpellier

 

 

 

 

 

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First SmartAL example: Self-governance potential in rural areas, Ms Elda Muço, Master student, CIHEAM-IAM Montpellier

 

 

 

Scientific Committee of the SmartAL project

The consortium of the SmartAL Erasmus+ capacity building project gathered on October 7 at the UET.

Magali Maire, CIHEAM-IAMM, coordinator of the project, in collaboration with the consortium members:

- European University of Tirana UET, Albania

- Agricultural University of Tirana UBT, Albania

- University Fan S. Noli, Korçë UNKO, Albania

- University of Hohenheim UHOH, Germany

- Panteion University of Social Sciences UPSPS, Greece

- University Paul Valéry UPV, France

- Centre international de hautes études agronomiques méditerranéennes de Montpellier-Institut Agronomique Méditerranéen de Montpellier, France

The pairs of Albanian and EU lecturers had technical and scientific discussions on the content of the 9 modules of the future Master in European Innovations for a Sustainable Management of Albanian Territories, rural areas and agriculture: Instruments, policies, strategies

A large part of the debates was dedicated to the accreditation process

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From left to right:

Fatmir Guri, UBT, Pascal Chevalier, UPV, Magali Maire, CIHEAM-IAMM, Philippe Le Grusse, CIHEAM-IAMM, Marc Dedeire, CIHEAM-IAMM

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From left to right:

Etleva Dashi, UBT, Remzi Keco, UBT, Roland Marku, UPV, Elda Muço, CIHEAM-IAMM, Elvin Toromani, UBT, Ani Mbrica, UET, Sofia Nikolaidou, UPSPS

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From left to right:

Magali Maire, CIHEAM-IAMM, Philippe Le Grusse, CIHEAM-IAMM, Marc Dedeire, CIHEAM-IAMM, Aldona Minga, UNKO, Etleva Dashi, UBT, Elena Kokthi, UET, Elias Beriatos, University of Thessaly, Remzi Keco, UBT, Ilir Sosoli, UNKO, Roland Marku, UPV, Elda Muço, CIHEAM-IAMM, Elvin Toromani, UBT, Ani Mbrica, UET, Sofia Nikolaidou, UPSPS, Dorjan Marku, UNKO, Reiner Doluschitz, UHOH, Olta Sokoli, UHOH, Fatmir Guri, UBT

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From left to right:

Magali Maire, CIHEAM-IAMM, Philippe Le Grusse, CIHEAM-IAMM, Marc Dedeire, CIHEAM-IAMM, Aldona Minga, UNKO, Etleva Dashi, UBT, Elena Kokthi, UET, Elias Beriatos, University of Thessaly, Remzi Keco, UBT, Ilir Sosoli, UNKO, Roland Marku, UPV, Elda Muço, CIHEAM-IAMM, Elvin Toromani, UBT, Ani Mbrica, UET, Sofia Nikolaidou, UPSPS, Dorjan Marku, UNKO, Reiner Doluschitz, UHOH, Olta Sokoli, UHOH, Fatmir Guri, UBT

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From left to right:

Etleva Dashi, UBT, Aldona Minga, UNKO, Theodosia Anthopoulou, UPSPS, Elias Beriatos, University of Thessaly, Ilir Sosoli, UNKO, Ilir Kapaj, UBT

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From left to right:

Aldona Minga, UNKO, Etleva Dashi, UBT, Ani Mbrica, UET, Ardian Cerava, UNKO, Ilir Kapaj, UBT, Reiner Doluschitz, UHOH

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From left to right:

Etleva Dashi, UBT, Remzi Keco, UBT, Elias Beriatos, University of Thessaly, Ilir Sosoli, UNKO, Ilir Kapaj, UBT

Dorjan Marku, UNKO, Reiner Doluschitz, UHOH

 

 

 

Steering Committee of the SmartAL project

The consortium of the SmartAL Erasmus+ capacity building project gathered in Tirana (Albania), on October 7 at the European University of Tirana.

Magali Maire, CIHEAM-IAMM, coordinator of the project, in collaboration with the consortium members — European University of Tirana (UET), Albania, Agricultural University of Tirana (UBT), Albania, University Fan S. Noli, Korçë (UNKO), Albania, University of Hohenheim (UHOH), Germany, Panteion University of Social Sciences (UPSPS), Greece, Centre International de Hautes Etudes Agronomiques Méditerranéennes de Montpellier-Institut Agronomique Méditerranéen de Montpellier, France, University Paul Valéry (UPV), France— took stock of the tasks performed and the upcoming tasks: quality process, communication issues, financial management.

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From left to right: Virginie Avignon, Magali Maire and Philippe Le Grusse, CIHEAM-IAMM, Marc Dedeire, UPV, Elena Kokthi, UET

 

 

 

 

 

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 Pascal Chevalier, UPV, Magali Maire, CIHEAM-IAMM, Philippe Le Grusse, CIHEAM-IAMM

 

 

 

 

 

 

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From left to right:

Ketrina Cabiri, UET, Sofia Nikolaidou, UPSPS, Dorjan Marku, UNKO, Reiner Doluschitz, UHOH, Olta Sokoli, UHOH, Pascal Chevalier, UPV, Magali Maire, CIHEAM-IAMM, Marc Dedeire, UPV, Ardian Cerava, UNKO, Ilir Sosoli, UNKO

 

 

 

 

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From left to right:

Ani Mbrica, UET, Sofia Nikolaidou, UPSPS, Dorjan Marku, UNKO, Olta Sokoli, UHOH, Zenepe Dafku, UBT, Pascal Chevalier, UPV, Magali Maire, CIHEAM-IAMM, Philippe Le Grusse, CIHEAM-IAMM, Marc Dedeire, UPV, Aldona Minga, UNKO, Etleva Dashi, UBT, Elena Kokthi, UET, Theodosia Anthopoulou, UPSPS, Elias Beriatos, University of Thessaly

 

Work Fair organized by the UET, 23 May 2019

work fairThe SmartAL master was introduced at the Work fair organized by the UET, the main purpose of the project being to address the new labor market needs identified by the new and emerging public policies in Albania. This event promotes new opportunities for students and young people in Albania.

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ERASMUS DAYS 2021 at UET

02The SMARTAL project was promoted in the Projects' Fair, organized at the European University of Tirana. On Erasmus Days 2021, several promotional materials of the project were made available to the participants.

SmartAL Workshop on “Internationalisation of higher education: a European passport to the Albanian j

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SmartAL Project Case studies dissemination conference

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Moderators: Dr Elena Kokthi, UBT / Ms Elysa Gache, Université Paul Valéry Montpellier

"Cooperation and rural development: what prospect for Albanian rural areas? Case study of Gjirokastra and Puka districts”, Elda Muco, PhD student;

SmartAL Final Steering Committee

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The Final Steering Committee of the SmartAL Erasmus+ project took place at the Agricultural University of Tirana, gathering the partners of the Consortium:

The International Center for Advanced Mediterranean Agronomic Studies-Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Montpellier as Coordinator,

Work Fair organized by the UET

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The SmartAL master was introduced at the Work fair organized by the UET, the main purpose of the project being to address the new labor market needs identified by the new and emerging public policies in Albania. This event promotes new opportunities for students and young people in Albania.

 

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Quality Plan

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Two level of quality assurance will be used throughout the entire project duration:

-  Quality assurance of the whole project: the aim is to assure the compliance of the project processes and results with the standards agreed among the Partners (identified indicators of progress), and to implement a continuous quality monitoring. 

-  Quality assurance of the 9 Modules: the Albanian HEI-s have to follow an well-defined procedure for the quality assurance. HEI-s should build up internal quality bodies and respect the quality procedures foreseen by the existing Public Standard. A better quality assurance framework reflecting the Albanian public standards requests, and integrating best Albanian and EU practices will be set up.

Dissemination and exploitation

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The dissemination and exploitation strategy enables SmartAL project to optimize its outcomes and impacts (including both theory and methodological processes and educational teaching/material). Dissemination will be an integral part of each activity of the project.
This WP activity supports the following objectives :
- Provide information about the achievement of the project.
- Increase the impact of the project.
- Maintain and create contacts with stakeholders of the project.
- Generate new partnership.
- Create a platform to ensure sustainable dissemination of the project outcomes.
This will be achieved through the creation of a website, Open House Days, Two conferences, several ongoing promotional campaings on our social media pages, creation of an Alumnii Assosciation

Management

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The main objective of WP8 is to ensure the overall administrative and financial management of the project as well as the coordination and stimulation of all WP. WP8 is an overarching WP designed to support all the activities of the project. In particular by ensuring the smooth exchange of administrative and financial information and data, WP8 will guaranty that the resources are made available on time to each WP leader for them to implement their tasks as foreseen.