There was a strong interest in the structure of information collected on the knowledge repository platform and the training materials. After the presentation NAK representative and EUREKA partner, Anikó Nagy, participated in a panel discussion together with the representative of FiBL Europe and of the Federal University of São Carlos (UFSCar). Anikó Nagy reports from the meeting:

"The panel emphasized that knowledge sharing should not happen vertical anymore, therefore rural adviser nowadays are facilitators rather than „simply” advisers and network connections take a huge role in gathering information".

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