Our running projects
The European Commission has just selected ANIMA Investment Network to coordinate the Euromed Invest project, aiming at boosting investment and business partnerships in the Euromed area. Involving 83 partners in 26 countries from Europe and South Mediterranean (business networks, CCI and economic development institutions networks), it will contribute to the inclusive development of the region and the international development of MSMEs in 5 strategic sectors for job creation and economic spillovers. This project is implemented in the framework of the EU Private sector development programme in the Southern Mediterranean.
More information soon online: www.euromedinvest.eu
The EDILE project aims at enhancing the inclusive development of local economies thanks to an improved evaluation of investment projects. The project provides economic bodies in charge of regulating or implementing investment projects with evaluation tools and guidance which will enable them to maximise local economic spillovers such as job creation, subcontracting and environment conservation. Around forty actions are planned in Lebanon, Palestine and Tunisia in 2014 and 2015. The EDILE project is implemented by ANIMA and 7 Euro-Mediterranean partners, under the ENPI-CBC-MED programme of the European Union.
More information soon online: www.edile-initiative.org
More information on: www.medgeneration.eu
The Lactimed project aims to foster the production and distribution of typical and innovative dairy products in the Mediterranean by organising local value chains, supporting producers and promoting their products in the local and international markets. Over 30 months, ANIMA and its 11 partners will implement around 100 activities targeting the various stakeholders of the dairy value chains of Alexandria (Egypt), the Bekaa (Lebanon), Bizerte (Tunisia), Sicily (Italy) and Thessaly (Greece). The project is co-financed at 90% by the ENPI CBC MED programme.
More information on www.lactimed.eu
DiaMed is a new project associating ANIMA and co-funded by the European Commission. It aims to support job creation in the South Mediterranean, through the mobilisation of expatriated talents from Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia. DiaMed focuses on supporting and mentoring projects promoters and entrepreneurs and fostering an investment-friendly environment for Diaspora. It associates the ADER and ACIM, 2 French partners and associates several Southern partners: CONECT (Tunisia), FBPCE (Morocco) and Medafco (Algeria, MedVentures partner).
The MED-SPRING, co-financed by the European Commission and led by the CIHEAM via the Agronomic Institute of Bari, aims at developing the Euro-Mediterranean cooperation on research and innovation. ANIMA is a partner in this project and will mobilise its network in order to take part in the capacity building activities and brokerage events.
Le projet ACCELMED capitalise sur les résultats des précédents projets financés par MED tels que MED-KED, MACC-BAM et 2lnS, en visant à promouvoir le développement des entreprises dans une perspective généraliste, ou en abordant un angle spécifique (accès au financement, aux marchés internationaux, à l'innovation), ou une cible définie (entreprises du savoir ou développement d'entreprises au travers de clusters).
3 principaux axes d'activité seront mis en place pour offrir des outils et services aux PME Med en vue de :
ACCELMED est coordonné par Barcelona Activa, en partenariat avec ANIMA Investment Network, Promos (Italie), Aster ( Italie), BIC Attika (Grèce) et le Technology Park de Ljubljana (Slovénie). Les activités du projet démarreront en septembre 2013.