Inspired by Facebook, the e-platform “FarmBook’ created by the project will address the needs and improve the connections between two distinct user groups: project partners and end-users (farmers, foresters, advisors, scientists, policy makers,…).
EUREKA will first analyse multi-actor projects knowledge supply (outputs, activities, dissemination,…) to understand what works well, and what does not. EUREKA will work with multi-actor projects (using participative approaches) in order to collect this information. Eureka will also create beneficiary ‘profiles’ analysing their situations and their needs. In order to complete the analysis, Eureka will also consult groups working on this topic.
From this analysis, best practices and recommendations will be published in order to improve the sharing of knowledge in future multi-actor projects. EUREKA will then create an open-source platform, open to all. On this platform, actors and beneficiaries will be able to examine their needs, share good practices and make connections.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 862790.