Middle East and North Africa Concentrating Solar Power Knowledge and Innovation Program
Apr 21, 2020 / Program
MENA Concentrating Solar Power Knowledge and Innovation Program Website
Targeted countries include those eligible for CTF financing: Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon and West Bank and Gaza. Other countries in the Middle East and North Africa region are welcome to participate in knowledge...
Rabih El Chammay (Ministry of Public Health) - Mental Health System Reform
Minutes of Meeting - Psychosocial response to vulnerable population’s needs in Lebanon: Managing the transition from a humanitarian to a development approach
Manuel de Lara (World Health Organization)- MHPSS in northern Syria
Hala Abou Farhat (Inter-Agency Coordination) - LCRP Forums for Dialogue
Sahar Alnouri (Mercy Corps) - Integrated Youth Approach
Programme résumé - Workshop overview
Claire Withney (IMC) - MHPSS Programs in Jordan & the Middle East
Registered participants - Psychosocial response to vulnerable population’s needs in Lebanon: Managing the transition from a humanitarian to a development approach
Fadi Daccache (International Medical Corps) - Challenges in Field Operations
Concept Note - Psychosocial response to vulnerable population’s needs in Lebanon: Managing the transition from a humanitarian to a development approach
Speakers Bios - Psychosocial response to vulnerable population’s needs in Lebanon: Managing the transition from a humanitarian to a development approach
Agenda - Psychosocial response to vulnerable population’s needs in Lebanon: Managing the transition from a humanitarian to a development approach
[Workshop] Psychosocial Response to the Needs of Vulnerable Populations in Lebanon: Managing the Transition from a Humanitarian to a Development Approach
Jun 26, 2018 / Highlight
The scale and duration of the Syrian crisis’ effects in Lebanon lead the actors of international assistance to operate a transition from humanitarian to development interventions. The French Development Agency, in collaboration with the Center for Mediterranean Integration, and with the support of the National Mental Health Program, have...
“Strategic Planning for Local Economic Development in Host Communities” - Regional Capacity Building Workshop of the Mediterranean Host Municipalities Learning Network
Feb 23, 2018 / Highlight
In the context of the Mediterranean Host Municipalities Learning Network (HMLN), the CMI organized a capacity building workshop on “Strategic Planning for Local Economic Development in Host Communities”, targeted at local government representatives, local economic development practitioners and experts.
The workshop took place on March...
Overview on Water Demand Management Economics
Feb 06, 2018 / Library
The Slideshow samirizes the current thinking of the CMI's "Water Demand Mangement" Program as to the economic instruments of WMD
CMI’s 9th Annual Meeting: Members and Partners Discuss next Phase
Jan 31, 2018 / Highlight
The ninth Annual Meeting gathering members and partners of the CMI chaired by Hafez Ghanem, World Bank Vice President for the MENA region, was held with high-level participation from its country members as well as its partner organizations. The meeting was pivotal as it consisted of discussions about the Center’s next phase (2018-2023).
Cities of Refuge: Bringing an Urban Lens to the Forced Displacement Challenge
Jan 22, 2018 / Blog entry
The Syrian conflict has reached the grim milestone of becoming the largest displacement crisis since World War II, with over half of the country’s pre-war population having left their homes since 2011—a particularly sobering statistic as we observe International Migrants Day on December 18, 2017 today.
Continue reading this article on the World...
Jeunesses et radicalisation sur les deux rives de la Méditerranée
Du « hitiste » au cycliste. Vers une Vélorution en Tunisie
Jan 15, 2018 / Blog entry
From “Hitists” to Cyclists. Towards a “Bicycle Revolution” in Tunisia.
If you walk through Tunis you may make this astonishing observation for a capital city: at a first glance, bicycles are almost absent from the streets even though the Tunisian capital is faced with a crippled urban model consisting of a city saturated by congestion, the...
Shedding Light on Electricity
Cairo's Forgotten Arterial Roads: The Case of Salah Salem Street
Jan 15, 2018 / Blog entry
Once built and then later widened for private cars, the major arterial roads of Greater Cairo continue to suffer massive congestion due to bus infrastructure design issues and the huge increase in private car usage for personal daily trips. However, many of Cairo's buses continue to operate on these arterial roads despite the density of traffic....
Water around the Mediterranean
Jan 15, 2018 / Library
A special report on water governance, pollution, agriculture, technologies and more!
Led Wk Call For Participants Rules
Concept Note "Strategic Planning for Local Economic Development" Capacity Building Workshop
Med Expertise, Transformer les Erreurs en Indicateurs d’Apprentissage
CMI Newsletter #36 | November 2017
Med Expertise, It is about Time We Prioritized Infrastructure in the School System
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