Basic Summer Course launched in Sachkhere Mountain Training Centre

Published in military
Wednesday, 05 July 2017 10:02

Basic Mountain Training Summer Course is ongoing in COL Besik Kutateladze Sachkhere Mountain Training School. 25 military servicemen from NATO 7member and partner countries are taking part in the course being conducted in the framework of NATO “Partnership for Peace Programme (PFP).

The military service members of the Armed Forces of Georgia, United States, Latvia, Poland, Armenia, Ukraine and Belarus will adopt the different mountain skills for three weeks. The military servicemen attending the course familiarized with the technique of ascending and descending rocks and  overcoming obstacle lines in Chiatura Municipality village Katskhi.

The course participants are being practiced in the rules of using mountain equipment, planning routes on maps, moving across the mountain terrain with the help of a compass and a map, providing the first medical aid for wounded, organizing their surviving and wounding procedures. The course also includes marching at the altitude of 2 400 m and spending nights in camps.

Towards the end of the course, the participants will pass different complex and physical tests in case of successful accomplishment of the basic summer course to be finished on July 7.

 

Saving mountain pastures in Azerbaijan

Published in World
Monday, 24 October 2016 14:59
Uncontrolled grazing is leading to soil degradation and desertification in the mountains of north-western Azerbaijan, and soon the pastures on which local farms are so dependent will have disappeared. Now, the EU-funded Clima East project has linked up with local communities to stop the soil erosion and give the landscape a chance to recover, while maintaining local livelihoods. For its latest feature story, the EU Neighbours East project travelled to the foothills of the Greater Caucasus to meet the activists hoping to save the mountain pastures of Azerbaijan.
As part of its efforts, Clima East is fencing off areas of pasture and planting it with endemic species to restore the soil, while introducing a rotational grazing system to allow the mountainside to ‘rest’. It is also helping farmers to develop alternative activities that will bring them extra income away from livestock grazing.
The Clima East project is implemented by the European Union in all six Eastern Partnership countries - Azerbaijan, Georgia, Armenia, Ukraine, Moldova, and Belarus. The project helps countries in the region to apply effective approaches to reduce the adverse effects of climate change and enhance adaptation to it.

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