ACCBAT aims at reducing the use of fresh, good quality water in irrigated agriculture, in order to preserve it for direct human consumption. Improvement of water demand management and increase of water resources availability, through re-use of urban treated wastewater, are the two main approaches chosen to reach the objectives of the project, as good practice in countries subject to water scarcity events and as mitigation measures to the impacts of global climate change. International experts will support training and research activities, and contribute to final dissemination of results.
The project ACCBAT total budget is 4,99 million Euro and it is financed, for an amount of 4,49 million Euro (90%), by the European Union (ENPI CBC Mediterranean Sea Basin Programme) through the European Neighbourhood and Partnership Instrument.
Home / African officials visit Nabeul, Tunisia – 24th November 2014
African officials visit Nabeul, Tunisia – 24th November 2014
On 24th November 2014, African officials from Burkina Faso, Burundi, Chad, Ivory Coast, Comoro, Democratic Republic of Congo and Senegal visited the agricultural experimental station in Oued Souhil, Nabeul.
DISCLAIMER. This publication/website has been produced with the financial assistance of
the European Union under the ENPI CBC Mediterranean Sea Basin Programme. The
contents of this document/website are the sole responsibility of
ICU-Istituto per la Cooperazione Universitaria Onlus and can under no circumstances be
regarded as reflecting the position of the European Union or of the
Programme’s management structures
STATEMENT ABOUT THE PROGRAMME The 2007-2013 ENPI CBC Mediterranean Sea Basin Programme is a multilateral
Cross-Border Cooperation initiative funded by the European Neighbourhood and
Partnership Instrument (ENPI). The Programme objective is to promote the
sustainable and harmonious cooperation process at the Mediterranean Basin
level by dealing with the common challenges and enhancing its endogenous
potential. It finances cooperation projects as a contribution to the
economic, social, environmental and cultural development of the
Mediterranean region. The following 14 countries participate in the
Programme: Cyprus, Egypt, France, Greece, Israel, Italy, Jordan, Lebanon,
Malta, Palestine, Portugal, Spain, Syria (participation currently
suspended), Tunisia. The Joint Managing Authority (JMA) is the Autonomous
Region of Sardinia (Italy). Official Programme languages are Arabic, English
and French. (www.enpicbcmed.eu)
STATEMENT ABOUT THE EUROPEAN UNION The European Union is made up of 28 Member States who have decided to
gradually link together their know-how, resources and destinies. Together,
during a period of enlargement of 50 years, they have built a zone of
stability, democracy and sustainable development whilst maintaining cultural
diversity, tolerance and individual freedoms. The European Union is
committed to sharing its achievements and its values with countries and
peoples beyond its borders.