Jordan, GIZ Waste to Positive Energy – Labor Intensive Waste Collection and Sorting
May 28, 2019 / Blog entry
Considering the increasing amount of waste in Jordan’s municipalities and the high unemployment rate, the project aims to address the lack of adequate waste disposal services, while at the same time creating employment opportunities for Jordanians and Syrian refugees.
Lead Authority or Organization: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale...
Enabling Business Environment and Private Sector Mobilization: Turkey, Syrian Economic Forum; "Rukhsati Project"
Apr 16, 2019 / Blog entry
This project aimed at licensing and formalizing “informal” Syrian businesses in Gaziantep. It also strengthened awareness among Syrian refugee business owners on the Turkish business environment and legal regulations. The project ensured Syrian businesses’ sustainability and development, and improved Syrian refugee integration in the Turkish host...
Enabling Business Environment and Private Sector Mobilization: Jordan, Zarqa Municipality; "Your Job from Home"
Mar 31, 2019 / Blog entry
"Your Job from Home" aims at providing simple and accessible jobs to certain disadvantaged social groups, by focusing on women and housewives in the host and refugee communities. The project will soon be scaled up to include more Syrian women as beneficiaries.
Lead Authority or Organization: Directed Energies Association, in cooperation with...
CMI Newsletter #44 | December 2018 - January/ February 2019
Enabling Business Environment and Private Sector Mobilization: Jordan, Sarhan Municipality; Partnerships with the Private Sector for Business Creation
Feb 15, 2019 / Blog entry
The project has created a diversified local economy within the craft area, to train and upgrade the skills of youth to work in the various businesses working in the area.
Lead Authority or Organization: Municipality of Sarhan
Area: Sarhan, Jordan
Beneficiaries: Jordanian and Syrian women and youth, private entrepreneurs, the municipality of...
Morocco, France, Germany, Portugal, and Spain Agree to Foster Corporate Trade of Renewable Electricity Between Each Other
Feb 06, 2019 / Blog entry
The 5 countries have signed on December 20, 2018 in Brussels a joint declaration that lays out their plan to facilitate cross-border trade of renewable electricity from producers to corporate consumers.
At COP 22, France, Germany, Morocco, Portugal and Spain signed the SET (Sustainable Electricity Trade) Roadmap: a declaration that would...
Brochure - Cycle 2019 : L'Atelier métropolitain du projet à l'action
Enabling Business Environment and Private Sector Mobilization: Armenia, Yerevan Municipality; Economic Programs for Refugees
Jan 21, 2019 / Blog entry
Yerevan Municipality implements economic programs aimed at enabling the business environment through the economic integration of Syrian businessmen in the local context, together with social activities for housing of refugees and education programs for young Syrians.
Lead Authority or Organization: Yerevan Municipality
Area: Yerevan, Republic...
Press Review - 2018 Cycle of Metropolitan Workshops: Greater Tunis
Agenda - 2018 Cycle of Metropolitan Workshops: Greater Tunis
2018 Cycle of Metropolitan Workshops: Greater Tunis
Jan 17, 2019 / Highlight
Context and Rationale
The second workshop of the 2018 cycle on urban and territorial development, organized by Avitem, CMI, AFD and GIZ took place in Greater Tunis in September 2018, after a first workshop held in Tangier and Tetouan in May 2018. The rationale for choosing Greater Tunis was:
A context of large-scale institutional change...
Development Response to Displacement Impacts Project (DRDIP): Local Economic Development (LED) Experiences from the Horn of Africa Context
HMLN Webinar on Local Economic Development in Host Communities: Concept Note and Agenda
IOM Turkey Refugee Response: Support to Livelihoods & Resilience of Refugees, Jamil Awan
How to Engage for better LED in Hosting Contexts: The SADA Center in Gaziantep
Effective Partnerships at the Local level: GIZ‘s Cooperation with Gaziantep Chamber of Industry
Attracting Foreign Investments in Refugee-Owned Business
Building a Favorable Regulatory Environment, John Speakman
LED Compendium Presentation, Gilda Borriello
Towards Competitive Cities in Forced Displacement Contexts, Ashutosh Raina
LED Thematic Survey Results
[HMLN Webinar] Local Economic Development in Host Communities
Dec 19, 2018 / Highlight
To support local governments dealing with a high influx of forcibly displaced, the Center for Mediterranean Integration (CMI) periodically organizes knowledge exchange, capacity building and learning activities for municipal representatives who are members of the Host Municipalities Learning Network (HMLN).
During the 3rd Annual Event...
CMI Newsletter #43 | November 2018
UN Habitat Commits to Implementing the Global Compact on Migration
Dec 12, 2018 / Highlight
On the back drop of the Intergovernmental Conference to adopt the Global Compact for Migration for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration, UN-Habitat contributed to the 5th Mayoral Forum Mayoral Forum on Human Mobility, Migration and Development and organized a side event alongside the Intergovernmental Conference. Together with partners from the...
Metropolitan Workshops: From Projects to Action
Dec 11, 2018 / Highlight
Common challenges shared by Mediterranean countries: at the beginning of the 21st century, the Mediterranean faces major challenges created by its urban transformation, its integration into globalization, its ecological transition, its social and territorial cohesion or even the massification of its flows, and more especially...
Women, Water & Youth Conference Report and Recommendation
[Agenda] Education, Migration and Employability: Youth as the Engine for Change in the Mediterranean Region
Cycle économique (Discussion Series)
Dec 03, 2018 / Program
The Center for Mediterranean Integration
About the Cycle économique (Discussion Series)
The CMI’s “Cycle économique” is the result of a consensus between intellectuals from the two shores of the Mediterranean on the need to address the pressing issues faced by the whole region. It consists in a working group of...
The World Bank Commits to Invest in the Future of the Mediterranean by Investing in its Youth!