We support basque agricultural government bodies in analysing information and proposing tools to advance the sector

HAZI’s highly qualified staff provide support and advice, promoting synergies with other working teams, both public and private.

Knowledge and innovation are essential for a smart, strong and sustainable agricultural sector. Improving knowledge and the strategies for sharing and transferring that knowledge bring benefits to farmers and rural communities.

Having and promoting interconnected and living knowledge systems improves innovation, reduces costs and increases the impact of the projects being run in the sector, improving the return on both public and private investment.

Revitalisation of Sectoral Plans

Support for the government in all public policy development phases, from analysing information so that it can identify needs to enhancing interaction with the different sectoral agents and drafting planning, monitoring and assessment documents.

Land Planning

Analysis and assessment, from the agricultural sector perspective, of land planning proposals (ordinance, planning instruments, etc.) and preparation of reports, in the framework of the Basque Country Land Planning Committee and different administrative procedures. Consultancy and conceptual development services are also provided in land planning.

Map Development

Management of spatial data, from their capture, processing and analysis to their subsequent dissemination. Working together with geoEuskadi (official Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) of the Basque Government) on a multitude of tasks related to technological advice, map production, new sources of map data and managing the Basque Country’s GPS Network. HAZI’s data infrastructures and information processing flows make it possible to meet the different needs of the sector and the gastro-food value chain.

Group for the Promotion of a Statute for Women in Agriculture

Collaboration in the analysis of equality in the agri-food sector and in promoting actions to make progress in achieving real and effective equality, both in agri-food farms and industries and in cooperative associations and those representing the sector.

Audit Body of the Basque Plan for the Official Control of the Agri-food Chain (PVCOCA in Spanish)

It operates as an Audit Body appointed and authorised by the Basque Government and the Provincial Councils, performing the audits required by the European Union on the official control programmes of the Basque Plan for the Official Control of the Agri-food Chain and performing management tasks for the Audit Programme (definition, implementation, review, etc.).

Revitalisation of Sectoral Plans

Support for the government in all public policy development phases, from analysing information so that it can identify needs to enhancing interaction with the different sectoral agents and drafting planning, monitoring and assessment documents.

Group for the Promotion of a Statute for Women in Agriculture

Collaboration in the analysis of equality in the agri-food sector and in promoting actions to make progress in achieving real and effective equality, both in agri-food farms and industries and in cooperative associations and those representing the sector.

Land Planning

Analysis and assessment, from the agricultural sector perspective, of land planning proposals (ordinance, planning instruments, etc.) and preparation of reports, in the framework of the Basque Country Land Planning Committee and different administrative procedures. Consultancy and conceptual development services are also provided in land planning.

Audit Body of the Basque Plan for the Official Control of the Agri-food Chain (PVCOCA in Spanish)

It operates as an Audit Body appointed and authorised by the Basque Government and the Provincial Councils, performing the audits required by the European Union on the official control programmes of the Basque Plan for the Official Control of the Agri-food Chain and performing management tasks for the Audit Programme (definition, implementation, review, etc.).

Map Development

Management of spatial data, from their capture, processing and analysis to their subsequent dissemination. Working together with geoEuskadi (official Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) of the Basque Government) on a multitude of tasks related to technological advice, map production, new sources of map data and managing the Basque Country’s GPS Network. HAZI’s data infrastructures and information processing flows make it possible to meet the different needs of the sector and the gastro-food value chain.