The ECOSAFIMED project of the ENPI CBC MED programme, co-ordinated by the Biodiversity Foundation of the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment, promotes responsible practices in artisanal fisheries and the conservation of benthic ecosystems in the Mediterranean basin.
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INSTM organized the first launching session in Tunisia
The Biodiversity Foundation of the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and the Environment took part in a meeting held in Tunisia recently to monitor the “Ecosystem conservation and sustainable artisanal fisheries in the Mediterranean basin (ECOSAFIMED)” project, a cross-border co-operation initiative co-ordinated by Spain, co-funded by the European Union, with Tunisia and Italy as partners.
The first newsletter about the ECOSAFIMED project is available here.
The January issue of the ENPI CBC Med eFlash, a selection of news about the Programme and funded projects now is available.
ECOSAFIMED has been taking part in the NEXT MED conference held in Rome, together with all the organisations carrying out projects funded by the European Neighbourhood and Partnership Instrument (ENPI) programme, a funding tool linked to cross-border co-operation initiatives that form part of the European Neighbourhood Policy.