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Call for Innovators for the Euro-Med Hackaton - Eco‐efficiency in the Agro‐Food chain

The "1st Euro-MedHackathon: Eco-Efficiency in the Agro-Food Chain" will take place in Amman (Jordan) from 14th to 15th December 2016. The 2-day event has been organized by MedSpring and will be hosted by HCST, in collaboration with STRD-II programme, MHESR, and CIHEAM-IAMB.

Date: 
Wednesday, December 14, 2016 - 8:00am to Thursday, December 15, 2016 - 6:00pm
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Venue: 

Call for Innovators for the Euro-Med Hackaton - Eco‐efficiency in the Agro‐Food chain

The "1st Euro-MedHackathon: Eco-Efficiency in the Agro-Food Chain" will take place in Amman (Jordan) from 14th to 15th December 2016. The 2-day event has been organized by MedSpring and will be hosted by HCST, in collaboration with STRD-II programme, MHESR, and CIHEAM-IAMB.

Date: 
Wednesday, December 14, 2016 - 8:00am to Thursday, December 15, 2016 - 6:00pm
Event type: 
Venue: 

Call for Innovators for the Euro-Med Hackaton - Eco‐efficiency in the Agro‐Food chain

The "1st Euro-MedHackathon: Eco-Efficiency in the Agro-Food Chain" will take place in Amman (Jordan) from 14th to 15th December 2016. The 2-day event has been organized by MedSpring and will be hosted by HCST, in collaboration with STRD-II programme, MHESR, and CIHEAM-IAMB.

Date: 
Wednesday, December 14, 2016 - 8:00am to Thursday, December 15, 2016 - 6:00pm
Event type: 
Venue: 

Successful completion of UfM project in Jordan and Tunisia

The first phase of the UfM-labelled project “Governance & Financing for the Mediterranean Water Sector” has been completed following successful policy dialogues in Jordan and Tunisia. The project aims to improve the public governance and attract investments to the water sector of the Mediterranean region. The promoters GWP-Med and OECD organised workshops to launch national reports in Amman and Tunis, respectively. Stakeholders from the water and wastewater sector - authorities, utilities, donors, civil society, private sector, etc.

Successful completion of UfM project in Jordan and Tunisia

The first phase of the UfM-labelled project “Governance & Financing for the Mediterranean Water Sector” has been completed following successful policy dialogues in Jordan and Tunisia. The project aims to improve the public governance and attract investments to the water sector of the Mediterranean region. The promoters GWP-Med and OECD organised workshops to launch national reports in Amman and Tunis, respectively. Stakeholders from the water and wastewater sector - authorities, utilities, donors, civil society, private sector, etc.

Successful completion of UfM project in Jordan and Tunisia

The first phase of the UfM-labelled project “Governance & Financing for the Mediterranean Water Sector” has been completed following successful policy dialogues in Jordan and Tunisia. The project aims to improve the public governance and attract investments to the water sector of the Mediterranean region. The promoters GWP-Med and OECD organised workshops to launch national reports in Amman and Tunis, respectively. Stakeholders from the water and wastewater sector - authorities, utilities, donors, civil society, private sector, etc.

Successful completion of UfM project in Jordan and Tunisia

The first phase of the UfM-labelled project “Governance & Financing for the Mediterranean Water Sector” has been completed following successful policy dialogues in Jordan and Tunisia. The project aims to improve the public governance and attract investments to the water sector of the Mediterranean region. The promoters GWP-Med and OECD organised workshops to launch national reports in Amman and Tunis, respectively. Stakeholders from the water and wastewater sector - authorities, utilities, donors, civil society, private sector, etc.

Successful completion of UfM project in Jordan and Tunisia

The first phase of the UfM-labelled project “Governance & Financing for the Mediterranean Water Sector” has been completed following successful policy dialogues in Jordan and Tunisia. The project aims to improve the public governance and attract investments to the water sector of the Mediterranean region. The promoters GWP-Med and OECD organised workshops to launch national reports in Amman and Tunis, respectively. Stakeholders from the water and wastewater sector - authorities, utilities, donors, civil society, private sector, etc.

Water governance in Jordan - overcoming the challenges to private sector participation

At a time when the government of Jordan is considering involving the private sector in a number of large water projects, the report argues that framework conditions are needed to fully reap the benefits. Conditions for success relate to the regulatory framework, administrative capacity, financial sustainability, strategic planning of projects and stakeholder engagement.

Water governance in Jordan - overcoming the challenges to private sector participation

At a time when the government of Jordan is considering involving the private sector in a number of large water projects, the report argues that framework conditions are needed to fully reap the benefits. Conditions for success relate to the regulatory framework, administrative capacity, financial sustainability, strategic planning of projects and stakeholder engagement.