National Climate Change Data Sets to Support Planning and Investment in Morocco
Apr 29, 2021 / Library
The data sets relate to the activity report named “Understanding Morocco’s Climate Futures – Using National climate change data sets to support planning and investment” which was presented and discussed during an e-workshop to the attention of Morocco’s national stakeholder on February 3, 2021.
The data are organized in two packages. The first...
[ONLINE TRAINING] Approaches, Methods and Tools for Host Municipalities to Engage with the Private Sector
Apr 28, 2021 / Highlight
In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic brought new challenges in countries already struggling to manage the additional social and economic pressure of hosting refugees and displaced. The lockdown measures put in place in many countries led to closure of businesses and halt of economic activities. Although social support measures were put in...
Hydrogen in the Mediterranean: National Policies and Strategies in Selected Countries: English Agenda
[Agenda] Hydrogen in the Mediterranean: National Policies and Strategies in Selected Countries
Webinar Program and Agenda - How can Municipalities Hosting Refugees Work with The Private Sector for Economic Recovery?
Metropolitan Workshops 2021: From Projects to Action
Apr 21, 2021 / Highlight
The Metropolitan Workshops is an initiative by the Agency for Sustainable Mediterranean Cities and Territories (AViTeM), the Center for Mediterranean Integration (CMI) and the French Development Agency (AFD). It consists in a series of three immersive and interactive trainings targeting urban practitioners, urban planners,...
Metropolitan Workshops 2021: Facts Sheet
Metropolitan Workshops 2021: Brochure
Promoting Data-Driven Processes in the Response and Recovery from the Pandemic through Regional Collaboration and Peer Learning
Apr 21, 2021 / Library
This article is part of the CMI/FEMISE joint “COVID-19 Med Policy Brief Series”, aimed at addressing the urgent issue of the COVID-19 socio-economic effects and impact on the EU-Mediterranean region
[Webinar] How can Municipalities Hosting Refugees Work with The Private Sector for Economic Recovery?
Apr 13, 2021 / Highlight
COVID-19 has had severe economic impacts on local economies and communities, particularly the most vulnerable. The pandemic has disrupted supply chains and led to reverse migration, stagnant rural non-farm economies, and devastating consequences for community/women groups, youth, and informal workers. Extreme poverty is likely to...
[HMLN Webinar] Funding Opportunities for Development Projects in Municipalities Hosting Refugees
Mar 22, 2021 / Highlight
Following HMLN members’ requests, the CMI and the GIZ Connective Cities Program have been working together to increase municipal capacities in finding alternative sources of funding. Among the activities, Connective cities led a Practitioners’ Workshop on “Local Economic Development and Job Creation in the Middle East and North Africa...
COVID-19 and Women Employment in Mediterranean Countries: Impact and Policies for Reducing Gender Inequality in Work Med
Mar 08, 2021 / Library
This article is part of the CMI/FEMISE joint “COVID-19 Med Policy Brief Series”, aimed at addressing the urgent issue of the COVID-19 socio-economic effects and impact on the EU-Mediterranean region.
[Report] Understanding Morocco’s Climate Futures – Using National climate change data sets to support planning and investment
Contexte, portée et résultats clés de l'activité &Présentation des objectifs et du programme de l'atelier
Etude du Nexus de la Sécurité de l’Eau en Afrique du Nord
Données climatiques du Maroc -Téléchargement, traitement et partage
Enjeux de la gestion de l’eau au Maroc dans un contexte de changement climatique
Intégration de la composante «changement climatique» dans la planification des ressources en eau
Méthodes d'évaluation du changement climatique et de génération des données de scénarios climatiques pour le Maroc
Accompagnement de la banque mondiale au secteur de l’eau au Maroc
Introduction au traitement des données
Changement climatique et agriculture au Maroc
[WORKSHOP AGENDA] Understanding Morocco’s Climate Futures – Using National climate change data sets to support planning and investment
[PRESS RELEASE] UK-funded project delivers new climate data to support water and agriculture management in Morocco
Understanding Morocco’s Climate Futures – Using National climate change data sets to support planning and investment
Feb 15, 2021 / Highlight
Climate change adds new complexity to Morocco’s economic growth by bringing increased stresses to water and land systems, so affecting water and food insecurity. The climate shocks in recent years of droughts and floods have unfortunately highlighted the impacts of these extreme events. With global models predicting that these will...
Young Med Voices Communications Lab
Jan 27, 2021 / Highlight
From December 7th to 11 2020, around twenty youth from the Mediterranean region have actively taken part to the Anna Lindh / CMI’s Young Mediterranean Voices (YMV) Communication Lab.
With the aim to challenge extremist narratives in the digital world, they embarked in a five days’ workshop, during which they exchanged with leading...
The Water Security Nexus in North Africa: Catalyzing Regional Coordination Around Climate Change, Resilience and Migration
Jan 21, 2021 / Program
Lead and Funding Organizations
Center for Mediterranean Integration (CMI) & The Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO)
Partners include the International Water Management Institute (IWMI), International Center for Advanced Mediterranean Agronomic Studies (CIHEAM-Bari), Cewas Middle-East, Agence Francaise de...
[ONLINE WORKSHOP] Local Economic Development and Job Creation in MENA- Connective Cities Virtual Projects Workshop
Jan 15, 2021 / Highlight
Local economic development (LED) is key to achieve sustainable development goals as well as a pathway to eradicate poverty and increase shared prosperity. Cities in MENA have registered relatively dynamic economic growth and investment rates during the first decade of the century, however, political instability and security threats have...
[SIDE EVENT] Cross-Sector Approaches for Local Actors on Migrants’ Inclusion
Jan 15, 2021 / Highlight
In 2018, the Global Compact on Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM) and the Global Compact for Refugees (GCR) were adopted by the vast majority of UN Member States as guidance to address the main drivers and challenges of migration and forced displacement. Soon after that, bringing...
Guidance Document: Local Inclusion for Migrants and Refugees
Jan 15, 2021 / Library
After a first meeting at the margins of International Conference to Adopt the Global Compact for Migration in 2018, the Center for Mediterranean Integration (CMI), the Organization for Economic Cooperation and development (OECD), the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat), the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), the United...